anonymous
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Which economic reason was used to the rapid expansion of European colonies through out the world between the 17th and 19th centuries? A. By colonizing much of the world, Europeans could simulate global economic growth for the poorest regions. B. Europeans thought rapid expansion would prove they were economically superior to other societies. C. By gaining control over as much land as possible, Europeans could establish cheap sources of raw materials for the production of finished goods. D. Europeans thought that a successful global economy depended on the establishment of global free
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Global free trade*
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I am not too good at history, but I think the answer is, A. By colonizing much of the world, Europeans could simulate global economic growth for the poorest regions.

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anonymous
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I'm pretty positive that it is C. Partially the reason as to why the New World was so important was the lack of resources in Europe, as most of it had been conquered by man.

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