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The fourteenth century was a time of _____. peace, urban growth, inflation, upheaval and change
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User: The fourteenth century was a time of _____. peace, urban growth, inflation, upheaval and change

Weegy: upheaval and change
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User: The "Statute of Workers" was a measure to _____. grant rights to workers, fix wages and prices, create unions, create welfare

Weegy: grant rights to workers,
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User: A franklin was a medieval _____. landowner, clergyman, servant to a knight, estate manager

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