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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCB42H3
Professor
Dan Silver
Semester
Fall

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SOCB42H3LEC 41032011AgricultureManufacturingForeign Commerce FarmersManufacturersMerchantsCountryCityInternational Without inhibition human beings with naturally move toward commercial society Natural Progress of Opulence Being richNatural way that society should develop if nothing was getting in the way Although most of the time it does not go that way because of inhibitors Subsistence comes before convenience and luxury Moral Argument the life of a farmer is the best life and if anyone had the opportunity they would choose the life of the farmerindependent A town and countryside reciprocity Towns develop as agriculture develops Although it never went the way it was supposed to it moved backwardsfrom foreign commerce to manufacturing to agriculture1 Fall of RomeRome fell around the end of 1400sWas the peak of human civilizationlarge cities hundreds of thousands of people modern and advancedTrades stopped roads were all gone and were dangerous and filled with dangerous highway men Literacy more or less disappeared and people forgot how to readStopped knowing how to make complex
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