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Between 1400-1600 European kingdoms and city-states grew in power and wealth because of a commitment to the policy of _________. A. socialism B. capitalism C. isolationism D. mercantilism
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User: Between 1400-1600 European kingdoms and city-states grew in power and wealth because of a commitment to the policy of _________. A. socialism B. capitalism C. isolationism D. mercantilism

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