Loyalty In The Middle Ages

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In my opinion the middle ages were about both fear, and loyalty. Loyalty was a part in many ways. Fear was a part in many ways. They both played a big part at this time, and throughout history. Loyalty in the feudal decline ways always coming into play. Most lost loyalty to the king, and as a result they no longer followed him. The farmers and commoners were the most influential in my opinion. Because of the bubonic plague many farmers died, as a result there was less farmers. The farmers realized that they were very important, as they fed everyone. They started demanding more money in exchange for loyalty. The king had no choice but to grant these demands, as it he and the rest of the kingdome needed

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