Why didn’t London become more revolutionary in the course of the revolution: at first it made up the left flank of the reformers

Why didn’t London become more revolutionary in the course of the revolution: at first it made up the left flank of the reformers, and at the end of the revolution – the right flank?

From the beginning, the Presbyterians were the leading revolutionary party in London. They quickly achieved their moderate goals (control of the House of Commons over ministers) and did not fight for more, believing that any republican freedoms for the capital would be no sweeter than traditional royal perks.

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