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Q: Containment was a policy in which the U.S. tried to do what? a. It would interfere with already communist countries, but not with the spread of communism to new countries. c. It would try to
intervene in countries already communist as well as try to stop it from spreading. b. It would not interfere in countries already communist, or with the spread of communism to new countries. d. It would not interfere with already communist countries, but it would prevent the spread of it to new countries.
A: Containment was a policy in which the U.S. tried to do what? d. It would not interfere with already communist countries, but it would prevent the spread of it to new countries.
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User: Containment was a policy in which the U.S. tried to do what? a. It would interfere with already communist countries, but not with the spread of communism to new countries. c. It would try to intervene in countries already communist as well as try to stop it from spreading. b. It would not interfere in countries already communist, or with the spread of communism to new countries. d. It would not interfere with already communist countries, but it would prevent the spread of it to new countries.

Weegy: Containment was a policy in which the U.S. tried to do what? d. It would not interfere with already communist countries, but it would prevent the spread of it to new countries.
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User: The primary hurdle between the United States and Stalin, that began the Cold War, was over this country? a. Prussia c. Czechoslovakia b. Austria d. Poland

Weegy: The answer is D: Poland. The tensions that would later grow into Cold War became evident as early as 1943, when the "Big Three" allied leaders American President Franklin D. [ Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Soviet Premier Josef Stalin met in Tehran to coordinate strategy. Poland, which sits in an unfortunate position on the map, squeezed between frequent enemies Russia and Germany, became a topic for heated debate. Source: ]
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User: The Warsaw Pact was a. an East-West agreement that Poland remain neutral. b. a treaty between the Soviet Union and Poland. c. the Eastern bloc mutual defense agreement. d. the agreement to divide Germany.

Weegy: C. The Eastern block mutual defense agreement
MrG|Points 5163|

User: Yugoslavia was expelled from Cominform because it wanted to a. remain democratic. c. join the UN. b. resist Soviet domination. d. accept Marshall Plan aid.

Weegy: b. resist Soviet domination
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User: The Cold War earned its name because a. most of it took place in the north of the Soviet Union. b. the most important parts took place during the winter. c. it described the northern spread of communist governments. d. it described the cooling of relations between West and East.

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