a. the amount of land available for commercial use was limited by law.
b. agricultural and manufacturing operations were kept separate.
c. traditional uses of commons were eliminated through enclosure of land previously held in common.
d. peasants resisted the efforts of landlords to impose new rents and fees.
The domestic system contributed to the growth of capitalism because it
The price revolution may have resulted partially from the influx of ________ from New
Over the centuries leading up to the early modern period
The church's view of witchcraft was that
a. witchcraft was a heresy or a spiritual crime only and was no business of the secular authorities.
b. witches must be put to death for the good of society, but they might achieve salvation if they recanted before
c. there was no such thing, since there was no supernatural power except that of God.
d. women were less involved in witchcraft than men because they inherited the spiritual grace of the Virgin Mary.