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What influence did the Mongol's Golden Horde have on the development of the Russian Empire? (Good or Bad?)

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    What do you think?'

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    There's too much information, my brain cant process it all. But i get the feeling it was good??

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    Ok i have done some more reading, and i get the feeling it was bad. Because it isolated the people from the rest of the Eastern EMpire? But i have to write an entire essay on this topic? what else can i say?

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    First carefully read your book and take notes.

    Then do further research, starting with the article linked above.

    You're going to have to weigh all of the facts and decide whether the Mongols were good or bad for Russia. Often, the answer is bad in the short term, but good in the long term.

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