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The Great Wall of Ancient China: Did the Benefits Outweigh t

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Overview
The Great Wall of China is often regarded as one of the man made wonders of the world. It was built over a 2,000-year period, and GPS satellites have measured its various sections to be 5,488 miles long. Such a wall did not come cheap in terms of lives lost and time and money spent. It asks if all the effort was worth it.
Document F: a Chinese Poem
I firmly believe, that the costs outweigh the benefits because it states "If the rice isn't harvested, how will you eat?"
Document E: Human Costs of the Great Wall
I think that the Costs outweighed the benefits because the entire article is about the soldiers and peasants hardships.
The Great Wall of Ancient China: Did the Benefits Outweigh the Costs by Kailor Cobb
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