565-576 - Morales Read McKay pgs. 565 576 QUESTIONS 1. How...

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Morales Read McKay pgs. 565 - 576 QUESTIONS 1. How and why were Eastern Austrian regions able to re-establish serfdom from 1400-1650?  What was  the result? 2. How did hereditary subjugation lead to Prussian hegemony? 3. Was the policy of serfdom in Eastern Europe more political than economic? 4. Describe the tension between Austria and the Ottomans. 5. Trace the growth of Hapsburg absolutism.  What thwarted it? 1. The reestablishment of hereditary serfdom took place in Poland, Prussia, and Russia.  After 1300 from the devastating effects from population declines and the Black Death,  powerful lords in eastern Europe revived serfdom to combat their economic problems.  Laws that restricted the peasants' right of free movement were passed.  Lords took more  and more of the peasants' land and imposed heavier labor obligations and unpaid labor.
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