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Q: Warfare in chiefdoms differs from conflict in tribal society because:
A: Chiefdoms differ in having a more or less permanent, fulltime leader with real authority to make major decisions for their societies. These leaders are usually referred to by anthropologists as chiefs. [ Sometimes there is an advisory council as well, but there is no bureaucracy of professional administrators. The government is essentially just the chief. ]
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User: Warfare in chiefdoms differs from conflict in tribal society because:

Weegy: Chiefdoms differ in having a more or less permanent, fulltime leader with real authority to make major decisions for their societies. These leaders are usually referred to by anthropologists as chiefs. [ Sometimes there is an advisory council as well, but there is no bureaucracy of professional administrators. The government is essentially just the chief. ]
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User: there is no warfare in tribal society?

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