According paragraph 1, what can be inferred about the reason for the consolidation of population in medieval Japan? A. Whether from the orders of local government or due to a voluntary nature, the goal was to avoid danger. B. A list of possible catalysts is known but the exact combination of reasons is unclear. C. The desire to settle previously undeveloped land allured people, whatever their particular situation. D. Population boomed because there were more lands given out to people by the authority.