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t Object]User: Which two nations turned to policies of isolation by the 17th century? A. India and Java B. China and Japan C. Portugal and Spain D. the Netherlands and Safavid Persia
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To what does the combination of internal struggles, external threats, weakened rulers, and popular dissent often lead? A. the fall of empires B. the expansion of empires C. spread of religion D. overseas voyages
Weegy: The combination of internal struggles, external threats, weakened rulers, and popular dissent often lead C. spread of religion User: The Portuguese established military and commercial centers in A. Goa, Manila, and Singapore. B. Goa, Macao, and Malacca. C. Mozambique, Yemen, and Madagascar. D. Macao, Manila, and Shanghai. (More)
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Which of the following sparked the French Revolution? A. the French and Indian War B. economic and political problems in France C. social and foreign policy concerns in France D. the Haitian Revolution
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Economic and political problems in France sparked the French Revolution.
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Which of the following is NOT an element of nationalism? A. a common history and culture B. a strong sense of patriotism C. a common language D. an openness to new ideas and experiences
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An openness to new ideas and experiences is NOT an element of nationalism.
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What caused the first major conflict of the Cold War? A. the creation of NATO B. the death of Stalin C. the Berlin blockade D. the U.S. policy of containment
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The Berlin Blockade caused the first major conflict of the Cold War.
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