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Who demanded that Japan open its ports for refueling and trade? A) Robert Clive B) Matthew Perry C) Cecil Rhodes D) Tsar Nicholas E) Benjamin Disraeli
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User: Who demanded that Japan open its ports for refueling and trade? A) Robert Clive B) Matthew Perry C) Cecil Rhodes D) Tsar Nicholas E) Benjamin Disraeli

Weegy: Matthew Perry demanded that Japan open its ports for refueling and trade.
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