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This department is responsible for the overall foreign policy of the United States. a. Department of Justice c. Department of the Interior b. Department of Defense d. Department of State
DEPARTMENT OF STATE is responsible for the overall foreign policy of the United States.
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DEPARTMENT OF STATE is responsible for the overall foreign policy of the United States.

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