By: Shivani, Rajit, Carson
- The Bubonic plague had society at a constant state of fear of contracting the plague.
- Jews were blamed for "manipulating the water" and "practicing witchcraft."
- Many people were depressed.
- Caused rebellions
- The bubonoic plague affected the economy by having labor shortages
- Trading was heavily restricted
- No one wanted to trade because they feared that they would get the plague
- The economy went under extreme inflammation
- Caused mass hysteria
- This caused large scale political and physical attacks against the crown and the church
- Ended feudalism
- Clark, By P. James. "Astrology of the Bubonic Plague." The Classical Astrologer. N.p., 08 May 2013. Web. 11 Nov. 2016.