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Chapter 3 rise of the global trader

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Chapter 3 rise of the global trader how the world became the way it is the today one world system people have live in isolated settlement 300-400 ppl. 10 thousad yrs ago..hunter gather agricultures didnt exist enable ppl to concentrate in smaller settlements moreppl in one place...slowly agricult. slow process...starting collecting seeds and weeds..process more work greater concentration of ppl more greater government.. irrigation process when ppl starte to irigater called for greater goverment authority because of duties like cleaning ditches...apaches=6 tribes nomadic and ppl near rio grande. developed body of individuals in apolitical system greater specialization more delegation...400-500 trade dominated y europeans. different from other patterns in pass eg mayan the greeks romans islamic..empires built on political and military domination unlike economic means... how did the distribution of wealth change? how and why did the tranformation in the oganiztion of capital come about how did the level of economic global trade increase?
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