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Which is a way that monarchs gained legitimacy for their governments? A. tradition B. consumerism C. direct democracy D. mercantilism
A. tradition is a way that monarchs gained legitimacy for their governments.
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User: Which is a way that monarchs gained legitimacy for their governments? A. tradition B. consumerism C. direct democracy D. mercantilism

Weegy: A. tradition is a way that monarchs gained legitimacy for their governments.
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All of the following are goals the Federal Government seeks to achieve in the economic realm except income equity.

The federal government guides the overall pace of economic activity, attempting to maintain steady growth, high levels of employment, and price stability.
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