Conclusion
in The Levellers
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The conclusion discusses the nature of the Leveller movement and summarizes its complex relationship with parliamentarian thought. It emphasizes the populism of Leveller thought, as one factor which sometimes divided them from potential allies. It concludes by exploring the legacy of the Levellers on later radicalism, including the question of John Locke’s possible debt to Leveller thought.

The Levellers

Radical political thought in the English Revolution

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