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How did the absolute monarchy in 17th century Russia differ from the constitutional monarchy in 17th century England? a. In Russia, the monarchy had to assert its dominant power to gain territory and improve the economy; in England, the monarchy depended on cooperation. b. Russia's monarchy worked to advance its technology, while England's was content to maintain its current level of development. c. Monarchy in Russia had developed from wars among nobles, while in England monarchy developed peacefully. d. Monarchs in Russia expanded their domain into an empire, while England rem
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