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    Graded Assignment Document-Based Question: Feudalism Submit this assignment to your teacher by the due date to receive full credit. (45 points) 1. To complete this Graded Assignment‚ retrieve the Feudalism DBQ. Use this document with its essay instructions and the DBQ Checklist to complete this DBQ essay. Make sure that your essay has an introduction‚ three body paragraphs‚ point-of-view analysis‚ an additional source that would strengthen the essay‚ and a conclusion. Also make sure that it addresses

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    Sean Coggins Feudalism Feudalism in Europe During the Middle Ages‚ countries fought and argued for land and pride. The main goal of the leaders of these countries was to dominate the land. With several countries fighting for one cause‚ there was no chance they would resolve their differences peacefully‚ often leading to wars and conflicts. Feudalism was the staple of the European government. Although it served medieval statesmen well‚ the social structure was incredibly unbalanced‚ which was the

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    miseries and robberies that succeeded the fall of the Roman Empire in the ninth century. Feudalism is a situation where there is no dominant political power or effective central leadership. In a feudal society‚ power is treated as a private possession; there is no effective state. The feudal system was designed to do a number of things‚ including participation in local government and military support of the king. Feudalism is based on mutual obligations. The feudal system was not planned but‚ rather grew

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    Laase Professor Vannesson History 127 8 March 2015 Feudalism At the start of the middle ages‚ most of Europe’s many nations lacked any source of structure or government. Things were very chaotic‚ and when the king of France realized that his civilization was crumbling‚ he decided to do something about it. He started a system in which he rented out his kingdom’s land in return for money‚ labor‚ or military service. This system is known as feudalism. In many ways it was a very beneficial system‚ but

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    Impact of Feudalism

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    Feudalism � PAGE * MERGEFORMAT �3� XXXXX XXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXX IMPACT OF FEUDALISM Feudalism played a major role in the reorganization of medieval Europe. Feudalism was a political system that was based on the contracts between lords and vassals‚ for land and protection. Feudalism effected political‚ social‚ religious‚ and economical aspects of the "Middle Ages". Feudalism is defined as a type of government in which political power was treated as a private possession and was divided among

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    (AGG)Feudalism was a type of system ran in the middle ages‚ it connected everyone to the community‚ so everyone contributed. (BS-1)Feudalism was a political and military system that benefitted everyone. (BS-2)Manorialism was a system within feudalism that supported the peasants and not just the higher classes. (BS-3)Shepherds contributed to the military with more money than any other job. (TS)The importance feudalism contributed to the middle ages in which everyone had a role that contributed to

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    In what ways and why was feudalism in Japan declining before the arrival of Commodore Perry in 1853? Japan was a feudal society in the time that the Tokugawa Shogunate was ruling. Like the Qing period in China‚ the Tokugawa period was a long‚ stable rule because it was very closed‚ hermetically sealed even. However‚ little did the Tokugawa know‚ Japan¡¦s stability of feudalism would lead to its own decline. There was‚ at the time before the arrival of Commodore Perry in 1853‚ the key factor that

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    Throughout history‚ we’ve seen many different types of ideologies being used by societies everywhere. From Feudalism to mercantilism‚ to the now ever-growing Capitalism‚ we’ve changed our socioeconomic structure multiple times to better suit our living needs. Although most of us would believe that we choose to live the way we do now because we now see the old ways as backwards and inhumane is some cases‚ some would argue that the very principle that capitalism is supposed to eradicate are still present

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    Feudalism and Manorialism

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    Feudalism and Manorialism Feudalism and manorialism were very linked. They go together step by step in the Middle Ages. Feudalism concerned the rights‚ power‚ and lifestyle of the military elite: manorialism involved the service and obligations of the peasant classes. Word feudalism was invented in the 17 century by Montesquieu and popularized it in The Spirit of the Laws (1748). In the late eighteenth century people said that feudalism is the privileges of the aristocratic nobility‚ privileges

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    The first part of European Feudalism showed up in France and Germany in the  nineth and tenth centuries. This disrupted the great military force organized by the Normans. Elements of the Roman regime were transferred to European feudalism. Roman villas and their lands were granted to military leaders on a temporary basis as a reward for their loyalty to Rome and the emperor. It was also traditional for Romans to surround themselves with  loyal soldiers who provided a substantial fighting force and

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