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15. In England, people associate the acceptance of their Bill of Rights with the reign of A. Edward I. B. King John. C. James II. D. William and Mary.
In England, people associate the acceptance of their Bill of Rights with the reign of: William and Mary.
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In England, people associate the acceptance of their Bill of Rights with the reign of: William and Mary.
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