- Early Modern England - Keith E Wrightson - Lecture 13 of 25 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Great Britain (UK) History

Description: Professor Wrightson reviews the consequences of the economic and population changes discussed in the last lecture. While economic shifts allowed some members of English society, especially members of the gentry and the land-holding classes, to increase their wealth, they also (coupled with an expanding population and price inflation) resulted in the growth of poverty and vagrancy.
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