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The roots of the Iranian hostage crisis resided in: 1. Jimmy Carter’s emphasis on human rights. 2.the Shah of Iran’s despotic regime. 3.economic inflation in the United States. 4. America’s isolationist stance in foreign affairs.

I think it's either 3 or 4??

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    I disagree.


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    The rulers of Iran hated the Shah and overthrew him while he was seeking medical treatment in the US.
    The US supported the Shah for years.

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