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22 July, 07:31

Which was not a broad trend from 1450 to 1750 in economic development? Which was not a broad trend from 1450 to 1750 in economic development?

A. Sources of wealth were n trade and commerce, not land.

B. The middle class emerged as nonagricultural occupations rose.

C. Mercantilist economic policies replaced capitalist economics.

D. Proto-industrial modes of production began to appear.

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  1. 22 July, 09:11
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    By 1450, the last traces of feudalism had disappeared in England but remained in France and some other parts of Europe. The Early Modern age saw the final death of feudalism. The last large rural estates disappeared to be replaced by small, tenant-held or owner-run farms.
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