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Q: 18. Which one of these terms is most closely related to an oligarchy?
A: Constitutional Monarchy is most closely related to an oligarchy.
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Weegy: Which one of these terms is most closely related to an oligarchy? A. Junta B. Constitutional monarchy C. Democracy D. Roi Soleil Answer C
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Constitutional Monarchy is most closely related to an oligarchy.
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