Population Changes in the Edwardian Era

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Population Changes in the Edwardian Era

The population of the United Kingdom grew from 42 million to 45 million between 1901 and 1911, almost maintaining the rapid expansion of the Victorian period

·         3% of the 45 million people belonged to the upper and upper middle class. In 1911, that the upper and middle classes took two thirds of the national income.

·         4 million people belonged to the lower middle class.

·         39 million people belonged to the working…

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