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Your Majesty, I have a brilliant idea
All was well in the King's household. But the boy king had many bad advisers who tried to tell him how to run the country but they did it. However things weren't so good for the peasants.
The surviving peasants felt like they were special and that God was pleased with them. They were treated well and got their wages up, but now they were angry and wanted justice! A new tax had come up demanding more than they could even afford. This was the POLL TAX!
They marched up to London and waited for the king to respond. They killed two of the king's advisers and put their heads on spikes on The Tower of London. However, some got caught and were imprisoned. The King went to see them and agreed to a new Magna Carta but he didn't see it through and that was the end of the peasants revolt.
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