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Q: Why did the Chinese bind women's feet? A. To keep them from running away B. To ensure the power of the mother - in - law C. To punish
their mothers for not having sons D. only women with bound feet were thought to be beautiful
A: D. only women with bound feet were thought to be beautiful
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