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Acceptance, Perception and Conclusion A. Customs B. Beliefs C. Traditions D. Rituals
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Unlike Britain, France, and Russia, the United States A. controlled large areas of China. B. wanted to keep trade in China open. C. had no interest in trade with China. D. broke China into distinct spheres of influence.
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The National Reclamation Act directly affected the management of which natural resource? A. oil B. coal C. water D. lumber
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A 1913 California law forced Japanese Americans to A. learn English. B. sell their land. C. sign unfair labor contracts. D. become United States citizens.
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