Eco Production Possibility Curve

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1/29/14 Production Possibility Curve The Homo sapiens production possibilities curve shifted outward to the right much more rapidly than those of Neanderthals because they were able to adapt and realize the power of free trade. Trading allowed the Homo sapiens to focus their energy on other more vital things which allowed them to raise their survival rate. Failure to specialize explains why Neanderthal groups were unable to trade because in order to
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Unformatted text preview: get in the trades you must have something to offer and their inability to adapt left them with nothing to offer in trades. While humans were living in much more organized quarters, Neanderthals were still living in largely unorganized settings, this is one of the reasons they never got involved in trade....
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