Society in England during the fourteenth century
Guthrie, Fannie Virginia
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In the early fourteenth century the classes of society in England were in a state of transition. Forces had been at work for some time, but there had been no clear manifestations of the changes in social conditions until the close of the thirteenth century. From the time of the Norman Conquest, tendencies had been more or less democratic, though the great class of the unfree still existed.
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