Mark the statement if it is accurate about the Glorious Revolution. A. Protestant leaders were upset with James II for appointing Catholics to high positions in the army, the government, and leading universities. B. James II consulted Parliament heavily on most issues affecting the English government. C. One reason for referring to the overthrow of the king as �glorious� was that almost no blood was shed. D. English Protestant leaders asked William and Mary to come to England and take over the throne.

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I believe the correct answers are A, C, and D.A because the revolution involved Protestants overthrowing James II for being "too Catholic", C because the Glorious Revolution did not involve fighting, and D because it is true that William and Mary were asked to take control.B is incorrect because part of the problem in England was that James did not consult Parliament enough.