Black Death and Causes
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This paper presents the causes of the Black Death, and explains how it was able to spread so far and so quickly. The writer maintains that changes in population in part caused the Black Death because of trends in urbanization and emigration. The writer discusses that population changes also changed the standard of living, which then brought about a high number of social and cultural developments.
From the Paper:"Bridbury describes the Black Death as "an assault on the social system at its base which was infinitely deadlier than any which it had sustained at its apex". The plague not only caused high rates of mortality but also prevented many people from marrying or having children (Nightingale 34). All aspects of the Black Death have to be seen in terms of trends. "
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