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Which of the following provides the BEST description of Britain's foreign policy during the Victorian era? A. The British king's desire to spread Catholicism leads to imperialism. B. Scientific advances encourage unprecedented explorations. C. The British people's attitude of superiority leads to global imperialism. D. Fear of competition leads to cautious isolationism.
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The British people's attitude of superiority leads to global imperialism the BEST description of Britain's foreign policy during the Victorian era.
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