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38. Regarding Soviet foreign policy, President Harry Truman believed that the Soviet Union was
a. an implacable foe that required direct opposition.
b. a regional threat.
c. not a threat to its neighbors, Europe, or the United States.
d. likely to evolve into a true democracy within a decade.
e. None of these answers is correct.


i SEE A and B as a correct answer.
check please

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    b. The Soviet Union was a worldwide threat. I would exclude B

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