Levellers

The Levellers were a political movement during the English Civil War that emphasised popular sovereignty, extended suffrage, equality before the law, and religious tolerance, all of which were expressed in the manifesto `Agreement of the People`. They came to prominence at the end of the First English Civil War and were most influential before t.....
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Levellers

Democratic party in the English Civil War. The Levellers found wide support among Cromwell's New Model Army and...
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Levellers

Democratic party in the English Civil War. The Levellers found wide support among Cromwell's New Model Army and the yeoman farmers, artisans, and small traders, and proved a powerful political force from 1647 to 1649. Their programme included the establishment of a republic, government by a parliament of one house elected by all men over 21, el...
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Levellers

The Levellers were a Puritan group led by John Lilburne who, during the reign of Charles I, fought for equality in social and religious matters and an end to social distinctions and discrimination. They first appeared in Surrey in April 1649 and went about pulling down park palings and levelling hedges, especially those on Crown lands.
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