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Why did the development of agriculture lead to social classes in human societies? A. Only a small group of people knew the secrets of agriculture. B. Agriculture demands specific people oversee the growing of food. C. Agriculture allowed wealth to accumulate.
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Agriculture allowed wealth to accumulate, is why did the development of agriculture lead to social classes in human societies.
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