Why in the XVI century, in England there were so many more vagrants and beggars than before?

Because at this time in England, sheep wool begins to be in demand. The landowners began to drive the peasants from their lands and use these lands for pastures. This process got the name – fencing. As a result, the peasants who were left without a livelihood joined the ranks of vagabonds and beggars.

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