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22 April, 17:25

Groups of 18th century skilled artisans formed secret societies for two basic reasons. Which of the following is one of those reasons?

1. to equalize their relationship with their employers

2. to distinguish themselves from carpenters and shoemakers

3. to gain control of the German government

4. to avoid having to set minimal standards for their crafts

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  1. 22 April, 18:38
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    1. To equalize their relationship with their employers.

    Explanation:

    This took place in the 18th century, stated to have happened about the late 70's as it was known that artisans slowly started becoming the new kings.

    Their trades which ranges from cabinetmaking, baking, butchering, goldsmithing, silversmithing, carpentry, tailoring and also shoemaking.

    These workforce were either wage earners, they start as craftsmen and grow to become great entrepreneurs and this got eyes on them causing them to form cults for themselves only to equalize their relationship with their employers.
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