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Which of the following is NOT generally a consequence of the shift from food-collecting to horticulture? (Points : 1)
Weegy: The answer is c. more leisure time with the options: a. more food obtained from a smaller area; b. more sedentary populations; c. more leisure time; d. more social differentiation. PLEASE ALWAYS INCLUDE THE OPTIONS WITH THE QUESTIONS, THANKS. (More)
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