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The Office of the Director of National Intelligence was created in 2005 as a result of the September 11, 2001 attacks. What does this office do? A. creates defense policies B. collects and shares information to keep the United States safe C. runs the Department of Homeland Security D. serves the Joint Chiefs of Staff
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here are traditional economies usually found? A. in small communities that welcome change B. in large communities that welcome change C. in large communities that are able to deal with environmental disaster D. in small communities that avoid change
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