The flight of Clarendon has traditionally been regarded as the first major dividing-line in the history of the restored monarchy, around which the King began to take new advisers and so to choose policies which were to lead directly to the dramatic events of the rest of the reign and of its successor. It is therefore the appropriate point in the decade at which to take stock of the impact of the years since the Restoration Settlements upon the polity which those sets of measures had created. With this question is linked a broader one: how the political and religious condition of England and Wales had altered between the first and second of Clarendon's exiles?
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