Representative institutions grew out of a the

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Representative institutions grew out of a. the insistence of the clergy that the Bible dictated the need for such bodies. b. royal dependence on the nobility for military support. c. popular movements led by wealthy townspeople.
d. the desire of kings to expand their authority and powers. Hide Feedback Correct The reform movement in the church in the tenth and eleventh centuries
Hide Feedback Correct The Investiture Controversy centered on the right to
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