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How might Eastern Europe have been characterized in the late 1980s to early 1990s?

A. Eastern Europe was turbulent with governmental upheavals, protests, and significant changes.

B. Eastern Europe was characterized by stability, peace, and a new respect for the status quo.

C. Eastern Europe experienced a widespread resurgence of communist principles and ideals.

D. Eastern Europe became increasingly suspicious of and closed to western ideas.

I think it's A?

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    I agree.

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