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What was the Nationalists' attitude toward reform in China?
They wanted foreign powers to retain spheres of influence in China.

They disliked foreign interference but were influenced by Western ideas.

They advocated a working-class revolution to defeat the imperialist powers.

They wanted to isolate China from foreign influence and Western thought.

is the answer b?


Why did the Chinese government create four Special Economic Zones in the Southeast region of China?

to encourage Chinese people to establish private industries
to stimulate commercial farming through private industries
to attract foreign investment and technology to China
to create a light industrial region and an area for tourism

a?

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