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Why was the United States concerned about nuclear missiles in Cuba? A. The missiles were unstable and could cause ecological disaster. B. The missiles stopped the United States from invading Cuba. C. The missiles would be used to bully other island nations. D. The missiles could be used to strike the United States.
The missiles could be used to strike the United States is why the United States concerned about nuclear missiles in Cuba.
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