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Kennedy immediately understood the centrality of international issues and devoted significant attention to them from his first days in office. Which of the following best characterizes his strategy
of flexible response? Massive invasions Special forces Nuclear threats Unlimited war
Your answer is special forces.
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User: Kennedy immediately understood the centrality of international issues and devoted significant attention to them from his first days in office. Which of the following best characterizes his strategy of flexible response? Massive invasions Special forces Nuclear threats Unlimited war

Weegy: Your answer is special forces.
Expert answered|bubbles2334|Points 182|

User: There were many important factors that contributed to the economic prosperity of the 1950s. One of the most significant ways that the government supported prosperity for millions was through which of the following? Civil Rights Acts G.I. Bill Federal Housing Administration Veterans Affairs Bureau

Weegy: Your answer is Federal Housing Administration.
Expert answered|bubbles2334|Points 182|

User: A civil war in what nation was one of the reasons Truman made a speech to Congress in which he laid out his plans for the Truman Doctrine? Greece Mexico Cuba Korea

Weegy: Your answer is Korea.
Expert answered|bubbles2334|Points 182|

User: The 1960 election set the stage for three future presidents. Which of the following was it not known for? Media savvy candidate Prevalence of television Missteps with the press Importance of polls

Weegy: Your answer is media savvy candidate.
Expert answered|bubbles2334|Points 182|

User: Kennedy used which symbol as a metaphor for many of his initiatives? (Points : 1) Frontier Space Dream Mountaintop

Weegy: Your answer is space.
Expert answered|bubbles2334|Points 182|

User: Kennedy used which symbol as a metaphor for many of his initiatives? Frontier Space Dream Mountaintop

Weegy: Your answer is space.
Expert answered|bubbles2334|Points 182|

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