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What did Plato critique in his book The Republic? A. Isolationism B. Socialism C. Communism D. Democracy
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User: What did Plato critique in his book The Republic? A. Isolationism B. Socialism C. Communism D. Democracy

Weegy: B. Democracy
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User: The largest social class in Egypt or ancient Rome was made up of A. traders. B. artisans. C. soldiers. D. farmers

Weegy: A. farmers.
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User: People who travel to a different country and settle there are called A. cavaliers. B. mercenaries. C. immigrants. D. loyalists

Weegy: D. immigrants
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User: In modern society, what do we mean when we refer to the division of labor? A. The specialization of jobs in the medical field B. Splitting work equally between two people C. All the jobs people do are connected to other jobs. D. The ways construction jobs are organized

Weegy: D. The ways construction jobs are organized
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