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In the medieval town, the government seemed very greedy, taxing for things that needn't be taxed, and sometimes taxing for no reason at all, as if someone had just come into a lot of money, and the government knew about it, the "robbers" would come and tax them for seemingly nothing at all. Some of the taxes were; labour service/tax, head tax, marriage tax, and tax at will, tax at will being the one I'd talked about in the previous sentence, where they tax you for basically no reason. In return for the taxes, the townspeople are given services, mainly protection by the knights.
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