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Week 6 Lecture Notes - Week6LectureNotes 17:03 BubonicPlague

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Week 6 Lecture Notes 17:03 Bubonic Plague Horrible living conditions Lived amid stink and stench of fecal matter and rotting food and human smells Large rat population Industrial Revolution Began in Belgium Gradual development that enabled the easier weaving of weaving material. Habitat for fleas, mice and other tiny rodents Britain was the main place for raising sheep which provided wool for the  industrial factories in Antwerp Wool trade was the center of  Wool sold at fleece fairs, even the somewhat poor could go to the countryside  and buy fleece and then sell if for a profit in the city Barrington Moore would say “lets not have any illusions as to how the democracy  began… started on social violence, oppression, etc.   not a fairy tale story; to  prosper you had to kick the peasants off the land British democracy arose amidst violence
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course POLI SCI 50 taught by Professor Lofchie during the Spring '11 term at UCLA.

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Week 6 Lecture Notes - Week6LectureNotes 17:03 BubonicPlague

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