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During Coolidge’s administration, what strategy was used by America to support peace in the world? A) America increased its armed forces and supply of weapons. B) America became a founding member of the World Court. C) America helped create economic policies and treaties to limit increased weapon build-ups. D) America joined the League of Nations.
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User: During Coolidge’s administration, what strategy was used by America to support peace in the world? A) America increased its armed forces and supply of weapons. B) America became a founding member of the World Court. C) America helped create economic policies and treaties to limit increased weapon build-ups. D) America joined the League of Nations.

Weegy: D) America joined the League of NAtions
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During Coolidge’s administration, America supported peace in the world by: helping to create economic policies and treaties to limit increased weapon build-ups.
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