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1349, all able bodied workers must work, idleness criminal, alms not to be given to able bodied. orphaned children and disabled added later geographic movement illegal, workers compelled to work for whoever wanted labor, employers set a maximum wage 1 dissolution of the feudal system; increased urbanization 3. unpaid officers appointed to colect taxes, spend funds, assign work to able bodied, apprentice children of poor work is service to god - religious activity, voluntary idleness is a sin poverty effect of capitalism, forcing rich to compensate against nature.

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Publisher: National Association of Training Officers in Personal Social Services (April 2001)

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