Why didn’t monks and peasants in England until the 16th century form a special party like the ikko sect in Japan?

The Buddhist Church in Japan has never been centralized along the Catholic lines, that is, Buddhist monks are like European Protestants. From the 14th century in Europe, it was the Protestant preachers who became the leaders of peasant uprisings, as did the Buddhist monks in Japan. Like Protestants, different Buddhist monasteries could be at enmity (and even fight) among themselves.

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