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What was an early goal of Portugal during the Age of Exploration? A. to sail around the southern tip of the African continent B. to sail along the northern coast of North America C. to colonize India D. to establish coastal ports throughout Europe
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How did the Reformation affect kings? A. Kings throughout Europe lost power after the Reformation. B. Kings throughout Europe were persecuted for their religions. C. Kings in western Europe lost authority. D. Kings strengthened royal power after the Reformation.
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Which economic class of people was most likely to support the Reformation? A. low church officials B. lower classes C. middle classes D. upper classes
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To what does the combination of internal struggles, external threats, weakened rulers, and popular dissent often lead? A. the fall of empires B. the expansion of empires C. spread of religion D. overseas voyages
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