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The visit of an influential nuclear physicist to a population symposium in 1979 led to A. the election of Deng Xiaoping in China. B. the two-child policy in China. C. the one-child policy in
China. D. new nuclear-power safety measures in populated areas in China.
The visit of an influential nuclear physicist to a population symposium in 1979 led to B. new nuclear-power safety measures in populated areas in China. ...........
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User: The visit of an influential nuclear physicist to a population symposium in 1979 led to A. the election of Deng Xiaoping in China. B. the two-child policy in China. C. the one-child policy in China. D. new nuclear-power safety measures in populated areas in China.

Weegy: The visit of an influential nuclear physicist to a population symposium in 1979 led to B. new nuclear-power safety measures in populated areas in China. ...........
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User: Which of the following statements is true of population and population density in East Asia? A. Population policies caused the population in China to decline during the 1950s. B. More than half the population of Mongolia lives in Ulan Bator. C. In the Koreas and Taiwan, population densities are found in eastern coastal areas. D. Around 70 percent of Japan's population lives in the region between Tokyo and Osaka.

Weegy: A. Population policies caused the population in China to decline during the 1950s.
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User: In China in the 1980s, commune-based agriculture was replaced by the _______ responsibility system.



User: In China in the 1980s, commune-based agriculture was replaced by the _______ responsibility system. A. household B. Confucian C. community D. cultural

Weegy: In China in the 1980s, commune-based agriculture was replaced by the - A. HOUSEHOLD - responsibility system.
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The visit of an influential nuclear physicist to a population symposium in 1979 led to: the one-child policy in China.

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