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  1. The tyranny form of government
    1. The concept of power
    2. The tyrant, the sole holder of power
  2. Tyranny, a controversial and transient system
    1. A controversial system
    2. A transient regime

Britain, driven by profound economic and demographic facts, inherited a parliamentary tradition that is centuries old, and is framed by two revolutions, one French and one American. The despotism of George III plot was an "anachronism" firstly, but by its consequences and then the frustration it created. To what extent can the reign of George III be considered a turning point in the institutions in England?

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