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《The Northern Forum》 2006-03
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The social transform of England during the rule of Edward I

CHEN Jin-feng(Center for History of World Civilizations, North East Normal University, Changchun,Jilin 130024, China)  
During the rule of Edward I, the deep social transform has taken place in England. Economically, the establishment of the system of the nationwide tax revenue made that the feudal government had steady source of revenue. Militarily, the constant fight impelled the transition from feudal knight's system of military service to the agreement, the cavalryman to the infantry. At the political system, during the wars the king levied taxes must be permitted by parliament made it came down to establish finally as a Representative system and the foundation of the British political system since modern times. These changes were behavior and result of Britain's historical development of Middle Ages, settled various foundation for modern Britain at the same time.
【CateGory Index】: K561.32
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