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When comparing China with Latin America in the 1920s and 1930s, to what extent was Marxism a viable policy? a. In Latin America, there were merely dicussions in university settings while in China, Marxists vied for control of government. b. Both Latin America and Chinese reformers were able to build political parties around Marxist principles. c. The Chinese government persecuted Marxists while Latin American Marxists were ignored by their governments. d. Neither the Chinese nor Latin American public believed that Marxism offered any improvements for them.

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a. In Latin America, there were merely dicussions in university settings while in China, Marxists vied for control of government. When comparing China with Latin America in the 1920s and 1930s, to what extent was Marxism a viable policy? NOT: b. Both Latin America and Chinese reformers were able to build political parties around Marxist principles. c. The Chinese government persecuted Marxists while Latin American Marxists were ignored by their governments. d. Neither the Chinese nor Latin American public believed that Marxism offered any improvements for them.

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