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The Soviets' exit from Afghanistan led to a sweeping victory for democracy series of unstable governments Soviet-style dictatorship U.S.-backed Muslim theocracy
Weegy: It's one of the sad chapters on Afghanistan that after the Soviets left, the US didn't stick around to help ensure a stable government rose up afterward. [ Instead, Afghanistan was largely left to figure things out on its own, collapsed into civil war as a number of factions made a bid for power (and were made proxies, in turn, by other countries such as Saudi Arabia and Iran), and eventually saw everything fall into the hands of a theocracy controlled by the Taliban. ........... ] (More)
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World War II was the precursor to the Baby Boom.
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What was the precursor to the Baby Boom? the Great Depression World War I World War II the Korean War
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What immediate effect will the pieds-noirs have on these native Algerians' lives? They will become factory or commercial farm workers. They will be forced to fight for their freedom. They will relocate to France and learn modern skills. They will gain an education at newly built schools in their homeland.
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