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4. the transsition from hunter gatherre societies to agriculturally based systems  c was  necessary for the formation of the first world empire 5.  In 14oo Ad the dry steped and desert margisn that ranged form the western sahare to  mongolia were populated by      pastoral minisystems 6.the formation of the modern world system was driven primarily by   d)european  merchant capitalism 7.  britains dominace of the world system in the 18 century and 19 century was helped  by  A naval power 8.  in 1750 the core of the world system was located in -> c western europe 9.  The third wave of industrialization(Europe)    A was characterized within a core that  streched from London to Berlin 10.  The United States vecame a part of the world system  C late 1800s 11.Neo colonialisn  C.  allows core states still to hve signinficant influence over  periphery states. 1. Which of the following not linked by the silk road?   D central andes and  mesoamerica 2. Strabo and Ptolemy were   A.  Greek Geograpers interested in the relationships  between people places and environments 3. Whereas the europeans created plantations around the world the world. . crop 
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course GEOG 1101 taught by Professor Connor during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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