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6 September, 07:31

In England, the idea of working for wages:

a. was so dishonorable that many refused to accept money for their work and instead received food and shelter.

b. grew more popular among the poor during the sixteenth century.

c. meant true freedom.

d. was romanticized in ballads and tales.

e. was associated with servility and the loss of liberty.

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  1. 6 September, 08:36
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    The correct answer is e. It was asociated with servility and the loss of liberty.

    Explanation:

    The black plague that ravaged England from 1348 to 1350 had greatly reduced the labor force and, consequently, surviving workers could demand better wages and / or fewer hours of work. They also requested freedom of movement. They often got what they asked for: the lords of the fief were desperate for people to cultivate their land and take care of their animals.
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