Seventh Century Dbq

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The seventh century was the start of free trade. This brought a series of political and external to be called into the practicality of free trade. This caused blockage and crippled the trade commerce for years. This period was more of regression into protectionism than liberalization of trade. This lead the introduction of the codes civil (1804) and commerce (1807) in France and it regions. These rational regulations made trade easier. The introduction of a progressive agrarian order were the cornerstones of the reform, which was gradually transferred to other European countries. Early industrialization accompanied by broader systemic measures, such as various forms of agrarian reform ("peasant emancipation", "enclosures", etc.),
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