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Q: Under the government of Chiang Kai-shek, Chinese peasants continued to suffer under a. communist rule. c. Christian rule. b. conservative rule. d. Columbian rule.
A: Under the government of chiang kai-shek, chinese peasants continued to suffer under b.conservative rule.
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User: Under the government of Chiang Kai-shek, Chinese peasants continued to suffer under a. communist rule. c. Christian rule. b. conservative rule. d. Columbian rule.

Weegy: Under the government of chiang kai-shek, chinese peasants continued to suffer under b.conservative rule.
yumdrea|Points 848|

User: The Boxer Rebellion began as a group sponsored by the Empress Dowager Tz’u-hsi, who was a a. Nationalist. c. Communist. b. Traditionalist. d. Zionist.

Weegy: a. Nationalist
sherlock|Points 30|

User: The Long March of communists into rural China weakened the communist movement.

User: The Boxer Rebellion led to an increase in Chinese a. Nationalism. c. Communism. b. Imperialism. d. None of the above.

Weegy: The Boxer Rebellion led to an increase in Chinese a. Nationalism.
icebelmonte|Points 140|

User: Sun Yixian

User: The Boxer Rebellion led to an increase in Chinese nationalism.

User: The Boxer Rebellion was a fight a. against religious repression. b. against foreign influence. c. against the rule of the Empress Tz’u-hsi. d. for workers’ rights.

Weegy: b. against foreign influence.
kean018|Points 121|

User: Jomo Kenyatta

Weegy: A man of enormous vitality, Kenyatta, more than any other figure, came to represent the new Africa on the world stage. [ never losing touch with his origins - he lived on a farm outside his capital, Nairobi, and regularly worked the land - he became a familiar figure at international conferences and assemblies. Wearing alternately impeccably tailored suits and resplendent tribal robes, he symbolized both the revolutionary charisma that had built modern Africa and the political pragmatism by which he hoped to forge its future. ]
chinggay_0118|Points 831|

User: Kemal’s government separated church from state.

Weegy: Under Kemal s rule, women had more rights.



User: Wafd Party

Weegy: The Wafd Party ("Delegation Party"; Arabic: Hizb al-Wafd ??? ?????) was a nationalist liberal political party in Egypt. It was said to be Egypt's most popular and influential political party for a period in the 1920s and 30s. [ During this time it was instrumental in the development of the 1923 constitution, and supported moving Egypt from dynastic rule to a constitutional monarchy, where power would be wielded by a nationally-elected parliament.[1] The party was dissolved in 1952, after the 1952 Egyptian Revolution. ]
clarebelle79|Points 180|

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