Taylor CuskadenFinal: Bubonic PlagueMr. Soleimworld into what it is today. It has had a lasting and significant effect on the course of history. This disease has affected social class, economics, agriculture, religion, as well as many other important aspects in both old and new societies. Although the Black Plague is still around today, it isn’t as big of a deal as it was way back then, and it doesn’t affect as many people. The EnglishChurch and Jews will forever be impacted by this event. Trading has been developed and taken to more precautions. Immune systems have strengthened, and life expectancy has increased. Knowledge of diseases and the way they interact between animals and humans has become well-known and has had a huge toll in the medical field. Social classes have been almost completely changed, and is the basis of modern day societies. The Bubonic Plague may have been a depressing tragedy at the time, but it has actually had a significant and noticeable impact on world events, whether it be past, present, or future.Works Cited“The Black Death: Horseman of the Apocalypse in the Fourteenth Century.” The Black Death, academic.mu.edu/meissnerd/plague.htm.The Black Death. .“The Black Plague: The Least You Need to Know.” Confucius and Confucianism, web.cn.edu/kwheeler/black_plague.html.
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