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How did the Enclosure Acts affect agriculture in Great Britain?

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The Enclosure Act in Great Britain,caused all the small plots of land to be joined together since a lot of wealthy men owned over 3/4 of the land. Lands were then returned based on what they originally owned but has a whole instead of in small plots.
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