anonymous
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Which statement describes a way in which Russia differed from western Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries? A. Most Russians of all classes were Orthodox Christians, not Catholics or Protestants. B. Russian peasants were more educated than those in the West. C. Russia's tsars granted their subjects more freedom than European kings and emperors. D. Russia had more year-round, ice-free seaports than western Europe.
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CBARREDO1
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A. Most Russians of all classes were Orthodox Christians, not Catholics or Protestants.
anonymous
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ok now were did you get the answer
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ok
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