Explain any three effects of population growth in England in the late eighteenth century.



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Points to Remember 

  1. Demands for food grains increased.
  2. Prices of food grains increased.
  3. Government restricted the import of corn.
  4. Food started to import into England.


Answer to be written in the Exam 

  1. Population growth in the late eighteenth century resulted in the increased demand for food grains in Britain.
  2. Due to the expanding urbanization and industrialization demand for food grains increased. As a result prices of the food grains also increased.
  3. Under the corn law , the Government restricted the import of corn under the pressure of land groups.
  4. After the corn law was abolished, food can be imported into England more cheaply than it could be produced within the country.

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