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Under Franklin Roosevelt's Good Neighbor policy, A. the Platt Amendment was rescinded. B. Cordell Hull favored continued military interventions in Latin America. C. the collective security among the nations of the Western Hemisphere declined. D. American commerce with Latin America increased, but only slightly.
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User: Under Franklin Roosevelt's Good Neighbor policy, A. the Platt Amendment was rescinded. B. Cordell Hull favored continued military interventions in Latin America. C. the collective security among the nations of the Western Hemisphere declined. D. American commerce with Latin America increased, but only slightly.

Weegy: Under Franklin Roosevelt's Good Neighbor policy, : the Platt Amendment was rescinded.


User: During the 1950s, the advent of _______ created the largest and fastest-growing impact on American society. A. television. B. fundamentalist religion. C. educational reform D. suburban communities

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