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One similarity between capitalism and socialism is that both systems consider labor and capital to be the primary economic forces. Both capitalism and socialism agree that the world is composed of...
Answered a Question in Iliad
Achilles refused to help the Greeks assault Troy because he was mad at Agamemnon. The gods sympathized with him, so they enabled Hector and the Trojans to push the Greeks back all the way to their...
Answered a Question in The Renaissance
Martin Luther contributed much to both the Renaissance and early Modernity. One of his chief contributions was the translation of the New Testament into German. Historically, the Catholic Church...
Answered a Question in The Road Not Taken
New York Times poetry columnist David Orr has called Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken" the most misread poem in America. His reasoning is that while most people think that Frost is promoting...
Answered a Question in History
The prevailing theory about Columbus' motivation in journeying west into unknown territory is that he desired to gain wealth and glory for himself and Spain. However, as we know, he reached...
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