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  •  Um, not quite (2+ / 0-)
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    KenBee, RiveroftheWest
    The shift in human nature followed since hunter-gatherer societies prior to agricultural societies don't have divisions of labor or if they do those divisions are cloudy at best.
    The hunter-gatherer society I'm most familiar with, Inuit, certainly did have division of labour which arose out of the necessity of the hunter lifestyle (gathering tends to be minimal when ice and snow covers everything for most of the year).

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