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What did westerns monarchies begun adopting in the 19th century that started eroding divine right and paving the way for social contracts

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    Are these your choices?

    A) constitutions
    B) charters
    C) executive branches

    I'll be glad to check your answer.

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    charters

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    A) constitutins

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    constitutions

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    charters

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    Constitutiond

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    •Constitutions

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