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Which best describes our foreign policy for the entire 19th century? a. American foreign policy frequently became entwined in the issues raised by conflicts between european powers. b. territorial acquistiions increased our overseas posessions. c. the us maintained a small military and naval establishment because of our preoccupationn afforded by the oceans and the existence of weak neighbors on our borders. d. much of our attention went to developing trade with japan and to partitioning china into spheres of influence. e. we protected north, central, and south america against european conquer

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    Which answer do you think is correct?

    Obviously all are correct to some degree -- but which one do you think BEST describes our foreign policy then?

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    e?

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    E is probably the best answer.

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