ENGLAND, ARISE: The People, the King & the Great Revolt of 1381
Illuminates a volatile England on the verge of extraordinary social changes. In the summer of 1381 England erupted in a violent popular uprising. It was led by commoners seeking to drastically alter the social order in favor of the abolition of serfdom, freedom from tolls and taxes, and the right to work for mutually agreed-upon wages. Import. Illustrated in color.
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