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Why did Japan attack China in 1937, launching the Second Sino-Japanese War?

to spread communism to other parts of Asia
to secure natural resources for its growing economy and military
to secure a buffer area against a potential Soviet attack on Japan
to retaliate after China’s attack on Japanese port cities

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  1. i think the first answer is correct

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  2. Not A.

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    Read lots and read carefully.

    Let us know what you decide.

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  3. okay so i came up with the answer b

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  4. i just took the test B is correct

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