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Why did the United States boycott the 1980 Summer Olympic Games? A)to protest Israel’s refusal to sign the Camp David Accords. B)to protest the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. C)to protest the Khmer Rouge’s seizure of the Mayaguez. D)to protest the return of the Panama Canal to Panama.
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United States boycott the 1980 Summer Olympic Games to protest the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan
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