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In 1962, President John F. Kennedy was faced with a decision to avoid nuclear war. What occurred to place the United States in that position? A. Apartheid laws were enacted in South Africa. B. The
Soviets placed missiles in Cuba. C. Juan Perón became the President of Argentina. D. The world was never faced with the possibility of nuclear war.
In 1962, President John F. Kennedy was faced with a decision to avoid nuclear war. What occurred to place the United States in that position? B. [ The Soviets placed nuclear missiles in Cuba. ]
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