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During the period of exploration and colonization, each European nation wanted to increase its power. Each nation also feared the growing power of other nations. Which of the following is the best definition of this kind of power? A. the ability to work B. being able to lift heavy objects C. the ownership of colonies D. the ability to control or influence
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