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Peasants and the Peasants Revolt – PeopleinHistory.co.uk

… Nevertheless, they succeeded.   Morton discusses the development of the working class movement and subsequent struggles: he notes the impact of the Peasants‘ Revolt, Peterloo, trade unionism and many …
3. A People’s History of England-Additions to Ch.II-Feudalism
(People in History/A People’s History of England)
… were lords to their own vassals, Knights, who were in turn lords of the manor to the peasants who worked on the land. Ultimately, the Emperor was a lord who loaned fiefs to Kings, who were his vassals. …
4. A People’s History of England-Ch.III-Feudal England- Sect.4-Foreign Relations
(People in History/A People’s History of England)
… DOWN AS LIFELONG POSSESSIONS.   ONLY THE ROUGHEST KIND OF HOMESPUN WAS MADE IN ENGLAND AND WORN BY THE PEASANTS.   HOWEVER, WINE FROM GASCONY, SPICES FROM THE EAST AND SURPRISINGLY LARGE QUANTIES …
… community of indigenous English merchants and corporations. [4]   The medieval English saw their economy as comprising three groups – the clerics, who prayed; the knights, who fought; and the peasants, …
6. A PH of E.-CH IV-The Decline of Feudalism-Sect.6-The Peasants Rising and Revolt
(People in History/A People’s History of England)
CHAPTER IV: THE DECLINE OF FEUDALISM SECTION 6: THE PEASANTS’ RISING AND REVOLT  FACED WITH ATTEMPTS TO DRIVE THEM BACK INTO SERFDOM, THE PEASANTS HAD TWO WEAPONS:   (THEY COULD ALSO HAVE RUN AWAY …
… MERCHANTS, AND SO RICHARD SECURED CONTROL OF THE CITY OF LONDON FOR HIS FRIENDS. SMALL LANDOWNERS WERE CAUGHT BETWEEN THE DEMANDS OF THE PEASANTS AND LABOURERS AND THE GROWING POWER OF THE NOBLES WHO …
… BEING CONFINED TO LONDON. IT HAD NO ROOTS IN THE INDUSTRIAL TOWNS OF THE NORTH.   THESE PLACES WERE FULL OF MISERY AND DISCONTENT, BUT THE DISPOSSESSED PEASANTS AND RUINED DOMESTIC WORKERS WHO WERE …
CHAPTER XII:  THE TRIUMPH OF INDUSTRIAL CAPITALISM SECTION 2: THE WAR IN THE VILLAGES   THE ENGLISH ‘PEASANTS’ WERE ALONE. THEY HAD DERIVED NO BENEFITS FROM THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, CERTAINLY WHEN …
… POUNDS WERE SPENT BUYING PROTESTANTS IN THE IRISH PARLIAMENT TO VOTE THEMSELVES OUT OF EXISTENCE.   A SERIES OF COERCION ACTS WERE INTENDED TO CRUSH THE PEASANTS’ REVOLT AGAINST THE BURDEN OF RENTS, …
11. ADDITIONS TO CH.XV-COLONIAL EXPANSION-INDIA-A PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF ENGLAND
(People in History/A People’s History of England)
… disorganized peasant uprising, several facts go undisputed that offer a counter-argument. The “unorganized peasants” of India fought one of the most powerful empires in the world to near defeat with …

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