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On its quest of manifest destiny, the United States needed to negotiate with what country to obtain the Oregon territory? a.)France b.)Canada c.)Spain d.)Great Britain
On its quest of manifest destiny, the United States needed to negotiate with Great Britain to obtain the Oregon territory.
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