The Four Social Revolutions and Its Consequences on People
The first social revolution is the hunting and gathering societies transforming into horticultural and pastoral societies. This kind of societies allowed people to stop moving around and made permanent settlements. With dependable sources of food, human societies grew bigger, and tools evolved. This stimulated trade and set the stage for social inequality. Materialism brought about war and feud. And wars brought about power and wealth.
The second is agricultural societies. This kind of societies emerged after the invention of the plow. …
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