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Which of the following factors endangered the success of Johnson's domestic policies? A. The expense of the Iraq War B. The unpopularity of the Cuban Missile Crisis C. The unpopularity of Medicare D. The expense of the Vietnam War
The expense of the Vietnam War endangered the success of Johnson's domestic policies.
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