History 1B Lec#8

History 1B Lec#8 - 9:24:00 AM Synergistic 3 Revolutions...

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24/04/2008 11:24:00 Synergistic: 3 Revolutions work together. A lot of inter-play. Feed and play off of  each other. At the base of the revolution if agricultural output. Productivity of the land is going  to provide the outer limits. Advanced agricultural techniques allowed more surplus. Leftover brought surplus which brought the commercial and demographic  revolution. Peasants are now in a position to buy something. o Become a limited market. o Institution that will serve this peasant/manor economies. Early Towns and the growth of Trade Agra-towns become burgs. o Roots of the Burghers/bourgeoisie. Agricultural specialization. o Special group of people who are specializing and manufacturing with  the necessary equipment. New agra-towns aren’t self-sufficient yet. Full-time city folk. Agra-towns become just towns. o Start to develop their own culture, morals, priorities. o Slight shift in the social and cultural super-structure. Crusades
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o Revive contacts with East. o Class wants to consume. o Increased wealth/population encourages growth of markets. o The first consumer class. Early Trading Centers Markets spread in this consumer economy. Consumer rights put people on the map.
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2008 for the course HIST 1B taught by Professor Raia during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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History 1B Lec#8 - 9:24:00 AM Synergistic 3 Revolutions...

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