Bacons Rebellion

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American History

 

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Susan O

 

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February 27, 2015

 

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University

 

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This lack of financial independence and social mobility created a general feeling of discontent culminating in Bacon's Rebellion. The search for land is primarily what led conflict of the upper and lower classes and ultimately the rebellion. As life expectancy rose and people came pouring into Virginia the availability of good land dropped dramatically...
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As life expectancy rose and people came pouring into Virginia the availability of good land dropped dramatically. The aristocracy seeing an opportunity to make a profit bought up most of best land creating "artificial scarcity". Only a few lucky freed men could find small plots of land. Without land of there own, colonists could not hope to achieve financial independence, or even the right to vote...
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