history Use the document to answer the following questions. Sir John Chardin, a Frenchman, look two six-year trips through the Safavid Empire, one during the reign of Shah Abbas II and one after the death of Shah Abbas II, Chardin described the changes between his two trips. Counting from that time to this, the riches seemed to be half diminished, with so little an Interval as twelve years time only. Even the coin itself was altered. There was no such thing as good sliver to be seen. The grandees being impoverished, exacted upon the people and peeled them of their fortunes. The people, to ward against the Impressions of the great, were become cheats and sharpers, and from thence all the ill tricking ways that could be were Introduced into the art of trade and commerce. There are too many examples throughout the world which show that even the fertility of the soil and the plenty of a country depends on the good order of a just and moderate government, and exactly regulated according to the laws." —from Sir John Chardin's Travels in Persia. What can you theorize about opportunities for production and sale of goods, if so many lived from cheating?