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What was the political structure of the modern-day nation of Germany in the 1860s? A) By the 1860s, the modern-day nation of Germany was finally unified under one German ruler. B) It was a collection of some kingdoms, all under the supreme control of Austria. C) The southern half was under the sole control of Austria, while the northern half was under the sole control of the papacy. D) Several separate states were ruled by different governments, all part of an organization known as the German Confederation.

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