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the earliest foreign policy of the United States was to avoid entangling alliances. true or false

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    Ted -- or Austin -- what does your book say?

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    well we both have the same book and it don't give us a clear answer

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    Hmm -- and you're both using the same computer?

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    yepp we have most of it done we are taking turns asking questions to the questions we can't find the answers to
    in the book

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    Oh. OK. A quick Google search produced this site with the answer near the top of the article.


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    thank you very much :)

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