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    13th-Century Food Fights Helped Fuel The Magna Carta

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      13th-Century Food Fights Helped Fuel The Magna Carta - Imagine it's England, 1209, and you're a wealthy baron. You arrive home from London one day to discover that King John's minions have once again raided your stores of grain. It's the king's right, of course — he has a large household and armies to feed — and there's a promise of compensation.

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      13th-Century Food Fights Helped Fuel The Magna Carta

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      King John and Magna Carta.

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