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Which statement about Attorney General Palmer is true?
A) He criticized President Wilson's decision to release Eugene Debs
B) As attorney general, he championed the rights of free speech
C) Promoting Red Scare hysteria was part of his attempt to be nominated for the presidency
D) J. Edgar Hoover's opposition to the PaLmer Raids hurt Palmer's political reputation
i think the answer is C is i'm right?

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    I agree. C. is correct.

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