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What caused feudalism to decline? Because trade increased, cities grew, and a middle class was created, the system was no longer necessary. As trade increased and cities grew, the middle class
became so powerful that they no longer needed a king. Through the increasingly powerful middle class, the cities grew to enormous proportions. They no longer needed a political and economic system to keep trade flourishing.
c.Through the increasingly powerful middle class, the cities grew to enormous proportions. They no longer needed a political and economic system to keep trade flourishing.
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User: What caused feudalism to decline? Because trade increased, cities grew, and a middle class was created, the system was no longer necessary. As trade increased and cities grew, the middle class became so powerful that they no longer needed a king. Through the increasingly powerful middle class, the cities grew to enormous proportions. They no longer needed a political and economic system to keep trade flourishing.

Weegy: c.Through the increasingly powerful middle class, the cities grew to enormous proportions. They no longer needed a political and economic system to keep trade flourishing.
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User: What were trade associations called? crusades merchants guilds

Weegy: guilds is A term applied to trade associations.
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User: What is not a characteristic of the folk ballad? a simple story told through dialogue involves repetition uses improvised stanza formats has a regular rhyme scheme Question #6MultipleChoice Score: What is the ballad stanza? It consists of four lines of iambic tetrameter; lines two and three have four accents, lines one and four have three accents; lines two and three rhyme.It consists of four lines of iambic tetrameter; lines one and three have four accents, lines two and four have three accents; lines two and four rhyme.It consists of five lines of iambic tetrameter; lines one and four have four accents, lines two and three have three accents; lines two and four rhyme.It consists of four lines of iambic tetrameter; lines two and four have four accents, lines one and three have three accents; lines two and four rhyme. Question #7MultipleChoice Score: What is a folk ballad? a poem with many wordsfour-lined stanzas written in iambic pentameteran anonymous dramatic song passed through the oral traditionall of the abovenone of the above Question #8Matching Score: Match the following. 1. History of the Kings of Britain collection of wise sayings 2. Brut Layamon 3. Proverbs of Alfred twelfth-century literature 4. The Twa Sisters ballad 5. sermons, sayings, history Geoffrey of Monmouth

Weegy: Please ask one question at a time.
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