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Japan distinguished itself globally from other Asian nations in all of the following ways, except ____________ . a. developing a modern and booming industry c. isolating themselves
from other Asian nations b. becoming imperialistic d. adopting western-styled clothing 3
Japan distinguished itself globally from other Asian nations in all of the following ways, except c. isolating themselves from other Asian nations
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User: Japan distinguished itself globally from other Asian nations in all of the following ways, except ____________ . a. developing a modern and booming industry c. isolating themselves from other Asian nations b. becoming imperialistic d. adopting western-styled clothing 3

Weegy: Japan distinguished itself globally from other Asian nations in all of the following ways, except c. isolating themselves from other Asian nations
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User: Change during the Meiji Restoration happened quickly for all of the following reasons, except a. Japan was a homogeneous society. c. Japan experienced economic growth during this time. b. Japan resisted ideas from other cultures relying on their own scientists and scholars. d. Japan was determined to resist foreign rule.

Weegy: b. Japan resisted ideas from other cultures relying on their own scientists and scholars.
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User: The Treaty of Kanagawa _______________________. a. gave Japan control over Korea c. opened two trading ports in Japan to the Americans b. established peace between Russia and Japan d. opened trading ports in China for the Japanese

Weegy: Treaty of Kanagawa was C. opened two trading ports in Japan to the Americans
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User: The Meiji Restoration did all of the following, except ___________________ . a. establish a democracy c. remove the class system b. industrialize Japan d. open schools

Weegy: A. establish a democracy
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User: Meiji” means military rule.

Weegy: Meiji means military rule. This is FALSE. Meiji means "enlightened rule".
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User: Japan forced out Portuguese traders because Japan a. feared Portuguese alliance with Spain. b. disapproved of Portuguese use of slavery. c. feared Christian influence. d. could not reach a trade agreement with the Portuguese.

Weegy: Japan forced out Portuguese traders because Japan, the answer is, c. feared Christian influence.
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User: The term free trade can be best described as a. the government promotion of private businesses. b. full government control of imports and exports that. contribute to the nation’s GDP. c. trade without tariffs, quotas or other restrictions. d. trade that occurs between imperial colonies.

Weegy: The term free trade can be best described as c) trade without tariffs, quotas or other restrictions
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