HW - Williams 1 Darryl Williams C. Liegh McInnis ENG 105-06...

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Williams 1 Darryl Williams C. Liegh McInnis ENG 105-06 7 April 2010 Exercises: 1. Read the following selection and then arrange the events in a causal chain. Although some folk societies still exist today, similar human groups began the slow process of evolving into more complex societies many millennia ago, through settlement in villages and through advances in technology and organizational structure. This gave rise to the second level of organization: civilized preindustrial, or “feudal,” society. Here there is a surplus of food because of the selective cultivation of grains-and also because of the practice of animal husbandry. The food surplus permits both the specialized of labor and the kind of class structure that can, for instance, provide the leadership and command the manpower to develop and maintain extensive irrigation systems (which in turn makes possible further increases in the food supply). ...
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