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Which citation is correct for an anonymous work? (Troubled Times 4) (Anonymous 4) (Troubled Times p. 4) (Troubled Times 4)
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King John of England was a vassal himself who refused some of the rulings of Philip and war broke out between the factions. True or false?
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