Which of the poor citizens of Prague supported Jan Rokycana (and not Jan Zelivskyi) and why?

Bishop Rokycana was the mainstay of the “market” way of life, which had already become familiar to Prague citizens; Priest Zhelivsky campaigned for a “communist” kingdom of general equality. Most of the citizens of Prague doubted the reality of Zhelivasy’s plans.

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