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Where are traditional economies usually found? A. in small communities that welcome change B. in large communities that welcome change C. in large communities that are able to deal with
environmental disaster D. in small communities that avoid change
D. in small communities that avoid change. Traditional economies are usually found in small communities that avoid change.
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