European expansion in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries was promoted bya. a decline in population, which required the importation of large numbers of slaves from Africa and the Americas.b. merchants who wished to increase their profits by eliminating the Muslim and Venetian middlemen.c. the secularization of society, which placed new emphasis on economic activity.d. the greater cooperation that existed among nations that combined their efforts in exploration.
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