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Q: The failure of Chiang Kai-shek's forces in the Chinese Civil War can largely be blamed on A. the United States’ lack of interest in the outcome of the war. B. the
United States’ interest in the outcome of the war. C. aid given by the United States to the opposition. D. his weak and corrupt leadership.
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