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2. (TCO 1) According to Cowan, the pre-Civil War railroad system did not constitute a technological system because (Points : 5) all the railroad lines were owned by the same company. different
gauge tracks prevented integration as a network. there were too many east-west trunk lines. it had sustained too much damage from the war.
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User: 2. (TCO 1) According to Cowan, the pre-Civil War railroad system did not constitute a technological system because (Points : 5) all the railroad lines were owned by the same company. different gauge tracks prevented integration as a network. there were too many east-west trunk lines. it had sustained too much damage from the war.

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