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However, Rodney Hilton argues that the commutation of labor dues and renders in kind to 28 The English Economy in the Longue Durée institutional changes were to continue in different forms under a different set of conditions from the late fourteenth to the seventeenth century. In this second period (1300–1660) the emergence of the yeoman farmers, the development of manufacturing, especially woollen cloth production, and the establishment of parliamentary power in relation to monarchical authority were the major structural changes in the political economy of England.
Hatcher, Plague, Population and the English Economy, p. 69. Miller, “Introduction,” pp. 29–30. 30 The woollen textile industry, which existed in the twelfth century, had been severely constricted by the devastating impact of cloth imports from Flanders, which reduced England to an exporter of raw wool and importer of woollen cloth. Cloth manufacturing, therefore, developed in the fourteenth century as an import-substituting industry. 31 Thereafter cloth export grew, while raw wool export continued.
The regional distribution of the free peasants and the slaves varied considerably. In fact, about 85 percent of all the free peasants were in 5 counties – Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Nottinghamshire, and Leicestershire – where the proportion of free peasants ranged between 30 and 51 percent. For most counties the proportion was less than 3 percent. The slaves were more widely distributed. Even so, 10 counties in the South of England had about 61 percent of the total, with Devon, Somerset, and 8 9 10 11 The sources contain a wide range of estimates.