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What economic changes did the Neolithic Revolution produce in early human societies? A. People developed a universal currency to make trading easier among different societies. B. The discovery of bronze and iron created new industries producing valuable luxury goods. C. Farming led to technological advancements such as metal tools and the calendar. D. Newly-developed governments allowed people to vote on economic policies.

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  1. anonymous
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    @awright2014 Sorry about that

  2. anonymous
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    I would say C

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    Thanks again. @awright2014

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    I have more questions that I am stumped on if you want more medals lol @awright2014

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    sure, ask away @SwagMaster1

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