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One criticism of equilibrium theory is that it does not explain widespread social change within or between societies.
One criticism of equilibrium theory is that it does not explain widespread social change within or between societies. TRUE.
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One criticism of equilibrium theory is that it does not explain widespread social change within or between societies. TRUE.
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