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Which statement accurately describes how monarchies grew in power and influence Western Europe during the late Middle Ages? A. Serfs were granted civil rights and title to their own land under the new monarchies. B. Nobles who could gain control of a large territory formed councils to share power with local lords. C. Kings established uniform sets of laws for their subjects and set up courts to enforce them. D.

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  1. anonymous
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    Which statement accurately describes how monarchies grew in power and influence in Western Europe during the late Middle Ages? A. Serfs were granted civil rights and title to their own land under the new monarchies. B. Nobles who could gain control of a large territory formed councils to share power with local lords. C. Kings established uniform sets of laws for their subjects and set up courts to enforce them. D. Castles throughout the countryside were torn down to make way for modern palaces.

  2. SoullessEyes
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    Okay, I do not see how D is relevant. It can't be right

  3. SoullessEyes
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    Honestly, I think it's C. The king could just make whatever laws he wanted and, since it's a monarchy, nobody could do much to stop him. A lot of people wanted these kinds of rules.

  4. anonymous
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    hm...agreed i seeing A or C but c makes sense

  5. SoullessEyes
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    Yeah, A was my other choice as well. They were the logical choices.

  6. anonymous
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    Good job!

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