What long-term political factors led to the collapse of the roman empire?

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The fact that they couldnt control all of the people and land conquered by Caesar led to a decentralization in power and feudal lords came about.
The best option from the list would be that "C.People increased support of the army under the threat of invasion," since this led to a diminished amount of power at the state level--leading to chaos in the border region of the empire. 

The answer is  "People began to feel that government service was a burden."

Explanation:

There are many factors of the decline and disintegration of the Roman Empire. One of them was the loss of a patriotic spirit of citizens. During the times of splendor, service in the army was seen as a hig duty among citizens. Serving in the army paved the way of great careers in politics for upper-class men.

The answer is  "People began to feel that government service was a burden."

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B. People began to feel that government service was a burden.

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People increased support of the army under the threat of invasion.

Explanation:

This measure prompted a decreased measure of the level of the state's power causing mayhem in the border area of the realm.



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