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How did some U.S. citizens oppose the Vietnam war? a.Many left the U.S. for Europe. b.Many expressed opposition through protest marches. c.Many sent supplies to the South Vietnamese.
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User: How did some U.S. citizens oppose the Vietnam war? a.Many left the U.S. for Europe. b.Many expressed opposition through protest marches. c.Many sent supplies to the South Vietnamese.

Weegy: How did some U.S. citizens oppose the Vietnam war? Many expressed opposition through protest marches.
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User: Which of the following is a reflection of the goals of the United States during the Cold War? a.persuade countries to govern democratically b.policy of containment c.maintain a strong and stable Western Europe d.continuation of the arms race all of the above

Weegy: "policy of containment" is a reflection of the goals of the United States during the Cold War.
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