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Many people have marveled at the Great Wall in China and the Great Pyramids in Egypt. These monuments stand as evidence of the productive power of which type of society?
Many people have marveled at the Great Wall in China and the Great Pyramids in Egypt. These monuments stand as evidence of the productive power of which type of society? Answer: industrial
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User: The United States and Canada are both _______; however, Canadian culture is more _______ than U.S. culture.

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User: Many people have marveled at the Great Wall in China and the Great Pyramids in Egypt. These monuments stand as evidence of the productive power of which type of society?

Weegy: Many people have marveled at the Great Wall in China and the Great Pyramids in Egypt. These monuments stand as evidence of the productive power of which type of society? Answer: industrial
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User: When Weber used the concept "rationality," he had in mind:

User: Weber traced the origins of the capitalist economy in Europe to:

User: The social standing of women and men in hunting and gathering societies is:

User: The birth of the discipline of sociology took place during the development of which type of society?

User: Karl Marx argued that the dominant social institution is:

Weegy: Karl Marx argued that the dominant social institution is: the economy.




User: Karl Marx used a philosophical approach called _____, Max Weber followed an approach called _____.

User: As the suffering of workers became worse, Marx predicted that they would:

Weegy: As the suffering of workers became worse, Marx predicted that they would rise up against the capitalist system. [ [smile] ]
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