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explain the factors that led to the japanese miracle?
Weegy: The ability of the Japanese people to imitate and apply the knowledge and skill learned from the Western countries is the single most important factor for Japan’s amazing growth. [ Import of technologies and improved business condition were some of other factors for growth. Also, economic policies and strategies carried out by political characters greatly influenced and accelerated the economyJapan’s reconstruction of its nation to become the great economic power in less than forty years after the defeat of World War II has been a somewhat remarkable exception in modern economic history. ] (More)
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Who owned the land in the collective farming model of the Great Leap Forward? a. The individual c. The government b. The community d. No one
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The government owned the land in the collective farming model of the Great Leap Forward.

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What effect did Japanese prosperity have on Japanese society?
Weegy: Japanese society underwent great social changes after 1945. [ Families became smaller, women increasingly participated in paid labor, and urban life replaced the rural community as the common environment in which children were raised and human interaction took place. ] (More)
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Which of these explains how Japanese prosperity affected women in Japanese society? a. Women gained more independence. c. Women lost most of their independence, but retained a few domestic rights. b. Women lost their independence. d. Women were not affected by Japanese prosperity.
Weegy: Which of these explains how Japanese prosperity affected women in Japanese society? a. Women gained more independence. User: deng Xioping considerably _______________ the government's control of China’s economy, created a market economy. a. loosened c. lost b. tightened d. eliminated Weegy: a. loosened User: the disputed ownership of the Kuril Islands kept Japanese relations tense with what nation? a. The U.S. c. Philippines b. The Soviet Union d. Great Britain Weegy: The disputed ownership of the Kuril Islands kept Japanese relations tense with b. The Soviet Union. User: the Great Leap Forward resulted in a. decreased industrial output. c. famine. b. food shortages. d. all of the above. Weegy: The Great Leap Forward resulted in c. famine. User: after the U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam, what happened to the division of the North and South? a. North Vietnam fell to South Vietnam. c. The North and South came to a truce. b. South Vietnam fell to North Vietnam. d. Vietnam was never divided into the North and South. User: Ho Chi Minh was the leader of the government of _________. a. Cambodia b. Indonesia c. North Vietnam d. South Korea Weegy: c. North Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh was a Vietnamese communist revolutionary leader who was prime minister (1945 1955) and president (1945 1969) of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam). User: ngo Dinh was the president of what government? a. North Korea c. North Vietnam b. South Korea d. South Vietnam Weegy: Ngo Dinh was the president of what government? d. South Vietnam User: Which of the following describes the change of trade between Japan and the United States since World War II? a. Japan imports more goods from the U.S., but the U.S. has still not embraced Japanese goods. c. Trade between Japan and the United States has grown tremendously. b. Trade between Japan and the U.S. has grown very little since the war. d. Trade between the U.S. and Japan has declined since the ... (More)
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