What are the reasons for the economic boom in Holland in the 17th century?

In the 17th century, the Netherlands embarked on an accelerated development path. The reason that allowed the state to overcome the feudal order was the revolution of 1566-1609. In the Netherlands, over the centuries, dissatisfaction with the system of government and social policy pursued by the Spanish leaders has accumulated. Holland became dependent on Spain. This fettered her actions. After the revolution, the Netherlands proclaimed itself an independent state, which soon became one of the most developed and active in the world.

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