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How Successfully did the Agricultural Revolution Deal with the Problems and Inefficiencies that Existed in Agriculture?
By the 18th Century, the existing systems and techniques used in agriculture were no longer sufficient to feed a rapidly increasing population. Subsistence farming was not enough for a country whose people were living, in ever greater numbers, in towns and cities. Urbanisation meant that as more people lived in cities and towns, instead of on the land, farming would have to become more efficient. The old system would have to change to fuel the growing needs of the country, and to feed the workforce of the coming industrial revolution. The lack of people on the land and the expanding towns…
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