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The minister sent to Mexico in 1845 had strict orders to accomplish what as his primary goal?
A. Secure Mexican approval of the annexation of Texas
B. Purchase California for $25 million
C. Get Mexico to grant their claims to Oregon to the US
D. Settle the $3 million in claims by US citizens against Mexico
E. Negotiate settlement of Texas border issue

B or E?

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