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All of the following were responses by the United States to terrorist attacks both at home and abroad except:?

A. the Department of Homeland Security was created as a new cabinet-level agency.

B.the Patriot Act was signed into law and became controversial.

C.the United States suspended constitutional rights of Americans of Middle Eastern descent.

D. U.S.-led forces invaded Afghanistan, overthrew the Taliban, and searched for Bin Laden.

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    I'll be glad to check your answer.

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    I think the answer is C

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