QuestionsQuestion A: Write an essay of three to four pages answering the following:A somewhat common perception of the Middle Ages which span from about 500 CE to 1500 CE is that it was a period of stagnation during which not much happened in the European economy. Is this perception accurate with respect to the economic history of this period? Answer yes or no and support your answer with as much evidence as you can within the space constraints. You should pick one point of view or the other and then argue your case. (You may argue both yes and no, though given the space constraints you risk becoming too superficial in your arguments.) Do not just give a list or set of bullet points, but rather, write a coherent essay arguing your point of view. Explain the economic significance of the evidence you offer. Note that this is by design a very open ended question and is a topic upon which entire books have been written. (Of course you are not allowed to use these books in answering the question as they were not assigned.) The answers that receive the highest marks will be those that are specific and cite evidence from multiple relevant assigned readings and show broad comprehension of the material. On the other hand, answers that are superficial and rely on vague generalities rather than specific evidence based arguments will receive appropriately low marks. (Note that this question does not necessarily apply to only a single unit of the course but rather spans all units coving this time period. Your answers should reflect this broad scope.)Question B. Write a 2-1/2 to 3 page essay answering either question B.1 or question B.2, but not both:B.1 In class we discussed the price revolution. What is the price revolution and what caused it? (Be very specific.) Theoretically, what could have caused it? How can we differentiate the causal factors? We also discussed two theses regarding the early industrialization of the British economy, both of which relate to the price revolution, the Neff thesis, and Hamilton’s thesis of profit inflation. For each, what is the basic argument of the thesis and what do they argue are the consequences of the price revolution for the broader European economy? How do the two theses relate to the price revolution and the factors that caused it? Also, what is the validity of each thesis? Be specific!B.2 Feudalism lasts for a period spanning nearly 1,000 years, developing first in Western Europe and then spreading to Eastern Europe. By the 16th century, serfdom is nearly extinct in the West, but is intensifying in the east. First, what forces drove the emergence of Feudalism after the collapse of the Roman Empire? Then, what forces drove the weakening of serfdom and ultimately led to its extinction in Western Europe and over what time periods? What forces drove the intensification of serfdom in Eastern Europe and over what time periods. What institutional factors played a role? When, where and how? What economic forces played a role? When, where and how? (As was the case with question A, this question spans multiple units. Also, some portions of this question were discussed in lecture, but not covered in readings. For those portions only, you are free to rely solely on lecture notes in writing your answers. You still must cite relevant readings in answering other parts of the question though.)2 pages for each question A and B should suffice for me to fill in the rest and complete it. The responses to each essay question must be submitted through turnitin.com, this is a website that checks very thoroughly for plagiarism. So it is very important that nothing at all is copied from any source. Everything must be summarized in own words. this is the most important thing about this assignment. double-spaced 12 point font.
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