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Use this History and Western Heritage video entitled 18th Century Society and Economy under the New Regime to study the European social, economic, and political development before the French Revolution of 1789. Though conditions varied throughout Europe, peasants on the land or in the cities suffered at the hands of tyrannical landlords, oppressive styles of government, and a routinely harsh daily life. This situation did not suddenly improve with the development of the so-called "Agricultural Revolution."

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