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Cities can develop only if there is an agricultural surplus large enough to free people from food production. True or False
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User: Cities can develop only if there is an agricultural surplus large enough to free people from food production. True or False

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User: The world is facing a basic conflict between the pursuit for profits through the exploitation of the earth’s resources and the need to establish a sustainable environment. True or False

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