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During the Korean War, after stopping the original communist invasion the anti-communist forces, commanded by General MacArthur, steadily drove the North Koreans back deep into North Korea. Then the war had a new development as Communist Chinese forces attacked in force. What is the most probable reason why the Chinese decided to enter the war?

A.MacArthurs air forces bombed communist supply bases in China.
B.The Chinese saw this as a chance to defeat the Americans and invade Japan.
C.Anti-communist forces crossed over the North Korean-China border in several places.
D.MacArthurs aggressive policies and proclamations made the Chinese fear that they themselves might be attacked by the anti-communist forces.
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Answer:D

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