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Title: The World Is Better Living In The Modern Age Than In The Agrarian Age

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Date: February 5, 1999
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Thus, though agrarian and modern ages are different, both help in the development in a society by their different means. This report shows the history, progress, characteristics and significances of the Modern age to the society as compared to the Agrarian age after much discussion on both as described in Chapter Two and thus my conclusion in Chapter Three...

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These tools have been classified as crushers, pierces and entanglers. Full use of the fire, which had been discovered in the early Stone Age, was of added advantage in the early societies. One indication of the start of human society, i.e. the development of settled communities, rests upon the discovery of the skillful innovation – Agriculture...

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