When did the “royal” reform in England begin to turn into the “popular” Reformation? When did this process end?

The beginning of the “popular” Reformation – under Edward VI, when the government stopped accelerating the course of reform beyond its natural pace. The end of this process is at the end of the reign of Elizabeth.

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