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In [[algebraic number theory]], '''class field theory''' studies the abelian extensions of an [[algebraic number field]], or more generally a [[global field]] or [[local field]].

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In algebraic number theory, class field theory studies the abelian extensions of an algebraic number field, or more generally a global field or local field.