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Edwardian Economics

During the Edwardian era, nearly eighty percent of English land, or 77,635,301 acres, was owned by 320,000 persons. The breakdown of the land owned was thus: One-quarter by 1,200 persons, whose average holdings were 16,200 acres One-quarter by 6,200 persons, whose average holdings were 3,150 acres One-quarter by 50,770 persons, whose average holdings were 380 …

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