The End of Feudalism

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History

 

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Kenneth G

 

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January 13, 2011

 

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University

 

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This system also enabled the people to support more horses, which not only speeded up the process of cultivation, but was also an efficient method of transportation for men and equipment. These improvements in agriculture and transportation contributed to a rapid increase in population growth, which was closely related to the increase of urban concentration...
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These improvements in agriculture and transportation contributed to a rapid increase in population growth, which was closely related to the increase of urban concentration. Increased urbanization lead to the increase in power and wealth of the merchant class as the changing economic structure no longer called for the restraining protection that the feudal system had once offered...
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