Georgia enjoys important production and marketing advantages, primarily its proximity to eastern markets and favorable prices because of early harvests and high-quality fruit production. Nearly all peaches grown in Georgia are sold in the wholesale fresh market, with a small percentage sold at roadside markets.
People during the Industrial Revolution lived lives of constant work and sleep. They did dangerous factory work for little pay and lived in rags for small amounts of money. However, they accepted the conditions they lived in (all up until the Peasant riots) because they needed a way to support their family. When children were old enough to walk, you bet they were working with their parents. Factory owners didn't treat their workers well because they didn't have to. For a long while, people just accepted their filth and rags and let the rich stay rich.
Prior to the communist revolution that produced the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), the old Russian empire had already been a place where heavy authority rested in the hands of an autocratic ruler. The history of control by the tsars was one factor that made the USSR susceptible to a totalitarian style government.
Another factor was the social and economic backwardness of the country. In trying to modernize and industrialize the nation, first Lenin and then even more strongly Stalin took control of measures to propel the economy forward.
The death of Lenin was a factor too, in that there was some struggle over leadership following his death. Stalin used a repressive, totalitarian approach in order to solidify his own hold on power.
Finally, the idealistic vision of creating the world's first communist society created a situation where leaders would push propaganda to that end and people were convinced to believe it. The more unrealizable the goals of the country were, the more a totalitarian state was needed to keep the project going in the direction of its stated agenda.
<span>-domesticated animals for transportation MAYA
Mayas had a sophisticated network of transportation for their goods, that included also domesticated animals. they used this method to transport cocoa and other crops they cultivated and the proof for it is in the artefacts that still today we can find in the ancient territories where Mayas used to live, like Central America. --- -cultivated maize on a large scale INCA
Inca cultivated maize on a large scale, as it was the base for their alimentation, as for us European was grain and for Chinese people were rice. Though cultivation was not easy in the territories of the Inca, they managed to build a system that worked for many centuries and that is still present in the remote populations that are not yet influenced by modern lifestyle. --- -majority of people were agricultural workers MAYA
The </span>majority of people were agricultural workers in the Maya civilisations. People are needed constantly to supply the enormous demand of food of the Maya Empire, and many historians believe that one of the reasons of the Maya fall was indeed the exploitation of the natural resources due to an excessive consume.<span> --- -prayed primarily to the sun god, Inti INCA
While practically all of the civilisation in the Central and Sud America were principally believer in a form of sun religion, the god of the sun of Inca was called Inti. The population used to pray its god through complex rituals that are a testify of the complexity of their society and their level of technological advancement.</span>