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Which of the following was one result of the English Bill of Rights of 1689? A. The monarch could not interfere in parliamentary debates. B. All dissenters were
granted limited religious freedom. C. The prime minister became the chief government official. D. The two-party system of government was established.
The monarch could not interfere in parliament debates.
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