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After Mao’s death, China began to move toward a more open, market economy.
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User: After Mao’s death, China began to move toward a more open, market economy.

Weegy: After Mao’s death, China began to move toward a more open, market economy. TRUE.
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User: The Red Guards fought to preserve a. Tiananmen Square. c. Chinese arts. b. Korean traditions. d. Communism.

Weegy: The Red Guards fought to preserve - Communism.



User: The Great Leap Forward resulted in a. decreased industrial output. c. famine. b. food shortages. d. all of the above.

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