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Historically, what effect did japan's geography have on the way it was governed?
a) because japan had so many small, isolated islands, governing the entire country was often very challenging.
b) even though there were many islands, a successful government center was established in honshu, near the middle of japan.
c) japan elected officials from the four main islands and governed using a council comprised of those officials.
d) japan was split into two parts–northern and southern japan–and each part had its own government that adopted similar laws.

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