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By 1750, Prussia and Austria A. were competing to develop their overseas empires. B. were battling for control of the German states. C. had taken major steps toward constitutional government. D. had agreed to work together against their chief foe, Russia.
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User: By 1750, Prussia and Austria A. were competing to develop their overseas empires. B. were battling for control of the German states. C. had taken major steps toward constitutional government. D. had agreed to work together against their chief foe, Russia.

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