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In the early 1500s, what method did Afonso de Albuquerque use to establish Portuguese outposts in India? A. He drove Dutch traders from key coastal towns. B. He
pitted Indian princes against one another. C. He burned coastal towns and destroyed Arab fleets. D. He allied himself with the Dutch East India Company.
The answer is C. He burned coastal towns and destroyed Arab fleets.
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