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Struggles within the Kuomintang ended with a. the warlords in control of China. b. communists in control of China. c. conservative nationalists in control of China. d. socialists in control of China
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User: Struggles within the Kuomintang ended with a. the warlords in control of China. b. communists in control of China. c. conservative nationalists in control of China. d. socialists in control of China

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Struggles within the Kuomintang ended with conservative nationalists in control of China.
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