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President Johnson's foreign policy philosophy encompassed all of these principles EXCEPT which one? A. deterring and resisting aggression B. promoting economic and social progress
C. encouraging cooperation among nations of the same region D. seeking compensation from the communist world
D. seeking compensation from the communist world
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User: President Johnson's foreign policy philosophy encompassed all of these principles EXCEPT which one? A. deterring and resisting aggression B. promoting economic and social progress C. encouraging cooperation among nations of the same region D. seeking compensation from the communist world

Weegy: D. seeking compensation from the communist world
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User: Which of the following does NOT have political power in the United States government? A. individuals B. foreigners C. political parties D. interest groups

Weegy: Answer is B. foreigners
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