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Why did the middle class, especially merchants, tend to support the strengthening of central royal power? A. They believed that a more unified government meant a more stable economic system. B. They believed that a more unified government meant a more accountable ruler. C. They believed that a more unified government meant a more democratic society. D. They believed that a more unified government meant more flexible cultural norms.
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The middle class, especially merchants, tended to support the strengthening of central royal power because: They believed that a more unified government meant a more stable economic system.
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