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  • Why was the Monarchy restored?
    • Role of individuals
      • Monck- Removing radicals and holding free elections for Convention Parliament
      • Charles (and Clarendon) with Declaration of Breda promising 'liberty for all tender consciences'
    • Division in the Army
      • Role of Lambert and his espousing of the 'Quaker's Cause', Fairfax's actions against him and his own soldiers dispersing
        • Conservative nature of Monck warring with Lambert- Monck wanted stability through Rump and then Monarchy
    • Religion
      • Threat of religious radicalism
    • Political divisions
      • Republicans in the Rump (Haselrig) and army grandees
        • Lambert's 'Humble Petition and Address and the Officers'


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