For in June, 1381
, while John Wyclif still lived and wrote, Wat Tyler led his men to Blackheath in a rebellion which proved to be the beginning of freedom for the workers of England.
This demand was met by the ruling classes with sternly repressive measures, and the socialistic Peasants' Revolt of John Ball and Wat Tyler in 1381
was violently crushed out in blood, but it expressed a great human cry for justice which could not permanently be denied.
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The revolt of 1381
is one of the most studied events of English history.
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the down-trodden English peasantry, armed to the nines with sticks, marched on London, and demanded change.
revolt, led by Wat Tyler, Jack Straw and John Ball, was 'one of the most astonishing events of the later Middle Ages'.
The introduction of which tax caused riots in England in both 1381
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The spring and summer of 1381
witnessed the most geographically widespread series of rebellions in England during the Middle Ages, involving the largest number of insurgents in medieval English history, a number not equaled until the English civil war nearly three centuries later.
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