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What theory was used by the United States government to justify intervention in many countries around the world during the Cold War? A. domino theory B. atomic theory C. brinkmanship
theory D. mutually assured destruction theory
A. domino theory used by the United States government to justify intervention in many countries around the world during the Cold War.
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User: What theory was used by the United States government to justify intervention in many countries around the world during the Cold War? A. domino theory B. atomic theory C. brinkmanship theory D. mutually assured destruction theory

Weegy: A. domino theory used by the United States government to justify intervention in many countries around the world during the Cold War.
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User: What was the outcome of the Vietnam War? A. South Vietnam became democratic. B. The United States proved its military superiority. C. South Vietnam fell to North Vietnam and became communist. D. The war served as a boost in confidence for supporters of democracy.

User: Which of the following was NOT a characteristic trait of Mao's Socialist Man? A. love of labor B. love of people C. love of country D. love of freedom

Weegy: Which of the following was NOT a characteristic trait of Mao's Socialist Man?D. love of freedom
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User: What opened relations between China and the United States? A. the Sino-Soviet split B. the Great Leap Forward C. the death of Mao Zedong D. the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution

Weegy: What opened relations between China and the United States? A. the Sino-Soviet split
Expert answered|selymi|Points 9686|

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