square4John Calvin(1509-1564)- Founder of Calvinism in Geneva, Switzerland (Protestant Reformation). square4John Kay(1704-1780)- British inventor of the flying shuttle for weaving, a catalyst of the Industrial Revolution. square4John Knox(1505-1572)- A Protestant reformer who founded Presbyterianism in Scotland (Protestant Reformation). square4John Locke(1632-1704)- An English philosopher of the Enlightenment who wrote about "government with the consent of the governed" and man's natural rights; provided justification for the Glorious Revolution. square4John Wyclif(1328-1384)- Initiator of the first English translation of the Bible, an important step toward the Protestant Reformation. square4Joseph Joffre, General(1852-1931)- Catalan French general; helped counter the Schlieffen Plan through retreat and counterattack at the First Battle of the Marne. K square4Karl Marx(1818-1883)- An influential German political theorist, whose writing on class conflict formed the basis of the communist and socialist movements.