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Emerson and Feudalism
in England was at all times very much stronger than in the continental states. He assumed that it was forfeited to him by rebellion; and whether he distributed it among his Norman followers or graciously reinstated the English occupiers, it was on condition of homage and under feudal tenure. The colonists had no representation in England, and England had supreme power over the colonies and also had the duty of protecting those colonies from attack. Though feudalism had waned by the 12th century, England was still left with vestiges of the feudal system, such as the rigid class system. The same thing applied to the minor landholder who had either received his land by a grant from the greater landowner originally or had become his vassal by commendation. But he could also attain his purpose by summoning the fyrd of the shires, and calling the freemen to arms without the peculiar limitations on the terms of service recognised under the law of feudal tenure, of which the elaborate details had hitherto been practically.
Emerson - Melvil, Emerson Quote Paper,
Was Ralph Waldo Emerson correct in that assertion? At last there came a reaction, and we were taught that feudalism in England was already so far advanced that the Normans merely gave a slight extra impetus to its complete development As a matter of fact the advocates of these contradictory doctrines did not. If the feudalism introduced by the Norman conquest was something exceedingly different from feudalism so far as it had already developed in England, it differed also from the feudalism of the continent in a manner which had very important political results. In America, the colonists were allowed to build their own society a Trial By Jury from a state of nature, destroying the societal barriers that existed in their homeland. When the colonies were founded, they operated under a mercantilist policy with England.