Throughout the XVIII and XIX centuries. the process of forming the social composition of society continued. There were both traditional social strata – peasants, nobles, merchants, artisans, clergy, officials, and new – workers, capitalist entrepreneurs.
In the XVIII-XIX centuries. in the country, the commercial and industrial population increased sharply, which was associated with the growth of cities. The manufacturing stage of production and the subsequent industrial revolution gave impetus to the process of urbanization – the transition from rural to urban society.
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