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04-06-09 Notes - Social Relations in Early Modern Europe...

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Social Relations in Early Modern Europe The “longue durée ” of Social Life and Social Structures Social Orders and Different Social Rights The “Three Estates” in France: Clergy, Nobles, Commoners Distinctions Between Classes, Regions, Genders A Century of Crisis? 1550-1650 1. Class Relations in Western Europe “Price Revolution”: Population Growth, New Money “Losers” in the Inflationary Economy Peasants with Little Land, Wage Laborers, Urban Poor “Winners” in the Inflationary Economy Peasants with More Land, Large Food and Wool Producers, Merchants/traders Cultural Differences Between Social Classes
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