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a.Dollar Diplomacy b.Moral Diplomacy c.Big Stick Diplomacy

1. This policy protected U.S. business interests in the Carribean and Central America by deploying military force to keep order and defend markets.

2. This policy encouraged U.S. businesses to invest in foreign countries, and to lend their governments money.

3. This policy sought to establish good international relations by paying reparations to countries for past wrong-doings in those countries.

1.c
2.a
3.b

Im not really sure if Im correct because I don't no much about those policies.

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    I agree with your answers.

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