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In the popular imagination, the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand is often put forth as the cause of World War I. In reality, long-term historical processes such as _________ were more important in causing that devastating war. (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)


Racism. British people saw Germans racially inferior, so they constantly taunted Germany with racist propaganda.

European alliance systems

the New Imperialism, that is, nationalistic competition to colonize Africa and Southeast Asia

Nationalism
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