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What effect did the visit of Commodore Perry have on the Japanese?



A. Japan closed its ports to all Western traders and sank deeper into isolationism.
B. Japan declared war on Russia, China, and America to gain Korea as a buffer zone.
C. Japan tried to build its own modern navy before Perry s return.
D. Japan and the United States signed the Treaty of Kanagawa, allowing trade and diplomatic relations including an embassy.

This question is part of Chapter 12: Imperialism in China, Japan, Latin America, Mexico
Asked by Coacharns, Last updated: May 30, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Mar 02, 2017

Japan and the United States signed the Treaty of Kanagawa, allowing trade and diplomatic relations including an embassy.
 

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