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What was the main purpose behind the creation of the Peace Corps in 1961? A. to train local men and women to meet the needs of people in developing countries B. to force underdeveloped countries to adopt a democratic form of government C. to train the military forces of countries facing communist aggression D. to provide new markets for products made in industrialized countries
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The main purpose behind the creation of the Peace Corps in 1961 was to train local men and women to meet the needs of people in developing countries.
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