Test: AP European History


One of the chief effects of the British Agricultural Revolution in the eighteenth century was __________.

a massive growth in the population of Great Britain

an increase in famines during lean years for agricultural production

a diffusing of the types of crops being grown on British soil

a lack of technological development in agricultural techniques

increased wealth among the entire area of Great Britain

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