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What was the issue at the center of the debate over how best to respond to the impact of industrialization?

What was the issue at the center of the debate over how best to respond to the impact of industrialization?

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What was the issue at the center of the debate over how best to respond to the impact of industrialization?

What was the issue at the center of the debate over how best to respond to the impact of industrialization?

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Part One  Create a historical Research question regarding the Stonewall Rebellio

Part One 
Create a historical Research question regarding the Stonewall Rebellion
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DISCUSSION QUESTION; 6-7SENTENCS  Some scholars have argued that the hunting and

DISCUSSION QUESTION; 6-7SENTENCS 
Some scholars have argued that the hunting and gathering ways of life for both Homo erectus and Homo sapiens allowed women – biologically, through their lactation and child-rearing, and calorically, through their dominant role as gatherers – to make a larger and more significant contribution to their communities than their male counterparts did.  In what ways might the development of settled agriculture have ushered in a shift in these gender roles?  What were the likely consequences for the balance of power and role of women as societies shifted from hunting and gathering to agriculture?  Why?
TEXTBOOK:Worlds Together, Worlds Apart: A History of the World from the Beginnings of Humankind to the Present (Sixth Edition) (Vol. 1) RRRR4C
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  Historians are always trying to understand causes and consequences.  Causes

 
Historians are always trying to understand causes and consequences.  Causes tell us how things happened (or changed) and consequences  indicate the size and scope of the change. One would expect the biggest  changes to have the biggest consequences. What would you say were the  three most important changes that occurred from 8000 BCE to 1450 CE? Why  were they the most important changes? What were their consequences or  effects (up to 1450 CE)? What were their origins or causes?
 
The great classical cultures of Eurasia created separate identities  but each of these cultures also contained important elements that other  peoples adopted. In the classical and post-classical periods (600 BCE to  1450 CE), the peoples and cultures of this vast area had consistent and  enduring interactions. What were three main causes or sources of this  new integration of Eurasia? What were three important consequences or  effects? What made these causes or sources and consequences or effects  so important?
 
Three large parts of the world remained separate from the  Afro-Eurasian network. Each had their own experiences and formed their  own networks. In what specific ways did the worlds of Inner Africa, the  Americas, and the Pacific follow or diverge from three broad patterns of  Afro-Eurasian history from 8000 BCE to 1450 CE? What three things can  we learn from the different experiences of parallel worlds?