Which of the leaders of the Czech revolution can be called a revolutionary, reformer, conservative, reactionary, and why?

The revolutionaries were itinerant preachers – Vaclav Koranda, Martin Gouska (leader of the Picarts) and the leader of the Prague poor – Jan Желelivsky. The reformers were Jan Hus and many military leaders of the Taborites, for example Prokop Bolshoi. The leaders of the wealthy townspeople (like Jan Roki-tsana) and many knights (like Jan былиižka) were the con-servators. The reactionaries were the rulers most attached to the former order: Emperor Sigismund, Archbishop Zbynek of Prague, Pan Cenek Vartemberk.

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