I'll be telling you about the bubonic plague and how it contributed to feudalism.
The Decline of Feudalism by Kevin Datiles
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The decline of feudalism was the weakening of the economic and political system that developed in Europe during the Medievil ages.
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The bubonic plague started because the bacteria that caused the sickness were carried by fleas who went on rats and since the rats went close to humans, the fleas went on the humans who later died because of the disease.
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A very big contribution of the bubonic plague was the very bad conditions people did as they lived and their very bad hygiene.
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Symptoms of the bubonic plague showed vomiting, fever, fierce coughing, sneezing fits, and more.
The bubonic plague contributed greatly to the decline of feudalism because since lots of people died, more people/the peasants were able to demand more rights.
The peasants were able to obtain power by using the bubonic plague's outcome to start demanding more rights because the peasants started telling the nobles that they were needed more than the lords or other people needed them.