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19. The policy of assimilation in Africa was adapted and then largely abandoned by A. Ethiopia. B. Britain. C. France. D. the United States.
The policy of assimilation in Africa was adapted and then largely abandoned by: FRANCE.
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The policy of assimilation in Africa was adapted and then largely abandoned by: FRANCE.
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