The passage most strongly supports the claim that creditors in England and France in the years before 1688 held which...

Keith on October 15, 2019

Answer choice D?

How can this inference be made?

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Irina on October 15, 2019


The correct answer choice is (E). The answer is found in lines 34-37, since the creditors demanded higher interest rates from monarchs than from their wealthy subjects, we can infer that the debts were less risky because wealthy subjects were considered more likely to repay the debt.

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