[Solved] The European Population Explosion of the Nineteenth Century
The European population explosion of the nineteenth century
A) was primarily the result of increased birthrates across Europe.
B) was largely attributable to the disappearance of famine from western Europe.
C) was due to the lack of emigration.
D) was due to increased immigration.
E) occurred despite the proliferation of major epidemic diseases.
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