Sunday, November 18, 2007

Question from Sam - Population and the Mid-Tudor crisis

How important a factor was population increase in contributing to the economic crisis of the mid tudor period, and what effect did it have on England?

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like another question assigned in class at school. The answer here is simple: The population increase was a very important contributor to the economic crisis of the mid Tudor period. Read up a bit on that increase and how it affected labor supplies and demand, and thus wages, and you'll discover your answer.


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