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Which of the following was an attempt to remove communism from China? a. Boxer Rebellion c. Chinese Nationalist Revolt b. Long March d. Chiang Kai-shek Movement
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User: Which of the following was an attempt to remove communism from China? a. Boxer Rebellion c. Chinese Nationalist Revolt b. Long March d. Chiang Kai-shek Movement

Weegy: Long March was an attempt to remove communism from China.
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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.
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User: An effect of the Long March was that communists were able to recruit peasants far from the reach of the a. government. c. proletariat. b. nationalists. d. both a and b.

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
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User: The Chinese nationalist movement eventually overthrew the __________ Dynasty. a. Tz’u-hsi c. Chiang Kai-shek b. Qing d. Sun Yixian

Weegy: The Boxer Rebellion began as a group sponsored by the Empress Dowager Tz???u-hsi, who was a a. Nationalist. [ [ ] ]
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