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5. Why did the United States initially follow a policy of appeasement toward Germany? (1 point)
The United States initially follow a policy of appeasement towards Germany because the United States wanted to focus on its own economic troubles.
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The United States initially follow a policy of appeasement towards Germany because the United States wanted to focus on its own economic troubles.
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5. Why did the United States initially follow a policy of appeasement toward Germany? (1 point)The United States wanted to focus on its own economic troubles. The United States supported Hitler s desire to create a unified Germanic state. The United States was afraid that Germany would attack the United States if appeasement were not offered. The United States believed that Austria posed a greater threat than did Germany.
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The United States initially follow a policy of appeasement towards Germany because: the United States wanted to focus on its own economic troubles.
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