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The goal of the Soviet policy known as destalinization was to A. deny that Stalin had done what he was believed to have done. B. try to change the world’s impression of Stalin. C. purge the country of Stalin’s memory. D. release satellite nations from political controls imposed by Stalin.
The goal of the Soviet policy known as destalinization was to: purge the country of Stalin's memory.
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