Why did the government of Edward VI dissolve the workshops and guilds? How does this relate to “enclosures”?

The dissolution of workshops and guilds contributed to the development of the independent activity of craftsmen. As a result, many new jobs have emerged for the landless and unemployed British poor – victims of the “fencing”.

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