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What role did technological advancements play in the development of the modern state system?
Weegy: Technological development has providedhuman history with a kind of directionality. Without the needed technology a lot of people would struggle with their health. Inaddition it saves many innocent live. [ Secondly, the advanced technology improvesindustry by making it more effective and,what is vital today, safer for environment. ] (More)
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What role did the plague outbreak, known as the Black Death, play in the development of the modern state system?
Weegy: * the plague really shook people's beliefs in the church, who basically held supreme power over Europe at that point. The clergy said that who people died of the plague would become martyrs, but then the priests themselves fled. [ This made people think twice about placing all of their trust in the church, and to an extent in religion itself. This opened the doors for people like Martin Luther to break away from the church, and then even possibly to the "Separation of Church and State" our government established. Also, this questioning may have been part of what started the Renaissance, and our policy today of free thinking. *This epidemic now known as the "Black Death" was an outbreak of bubonic plague which had begun somewhere in the heart of Asia and spread westward along trade routes. The consequences to Europe were profound. Besides immeasurable pain and grief, traditional Medieval society was thrown into chaos, economies were fractured, the Church lost status, and art and literature took a turn for the gruesome and bizarre. At the same time, the plague brought benefits as well: modern labor movements, improvements in medicine and a new approach to life. ] (More)
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What is an entrepot? (Points : 1)
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An entrepot is a warehouse.
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