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User: Which was not part of the United States' plan to promote democracy in Europe?

User: Which best describes the nuclear arms race?





Weegy: what are the options?
Expert answered|selymi|Points 9986|

User: A. The hydrogen bomb was much more powerful than the fission bomb. B. The United States agreed to halt nuclear weapon production in 1960. C. The Soviet Union maintained a considerable advantage in nuclear weapons. D. Iraqis helped the Soviet Union develop its first nuclear bomb.



Weegy: A. The hydrogen bomb was much more powerful than the fission bomb. This best describes the nuclear arms race.
Expert answered|andrewpallarca|Points 18976|



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