Who in England was for church reform, who was against it, and why?

The reform in England was supported by the urban rich, wealthy peasants and most of the nobility – they could enrich themselves at the expense of church property, as well as urban apprentices, as it contributed to the industrial development of England. The rural poor were against the reform (before they could hope for the charity of the monasteries, but now the monks themselves became unemployed) and everyone who was dissatisfied with the king’s policy, since he became the head of the church.

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