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Social, economical and political system of Medieval Europe and in similar way in China and Japan. The system consisted of complex network of relations between nobility, making them lords and vassals of one another, and requiring serfdom from peasants.

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I can't help but notice that when a kingdom/empire/nation reaches a certain level of development, they seem to change their administration to feudalism. Europe, Japan and China are examples of what I … am saying. It seems like feudalism is a "programmed event". Has there been a reason for this or is it just coincidence? PS. I, by no means, intend to disparage any nations in my question. …
asked Aug 21 '14 by krismath