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When the first European traders arrived in the 1500s, the Japanese responded by welcoming trade with the West. True False
When the first European traders arrived in the 1500's, the Japanese responded by welcoming trade with the West. TRUE
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When the first European traders arrived in the 1500's, the Japanese responded by welcoming trade with the West. TRUE
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