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Instead of using investments as a tool of U.S. foreign policy, Wilson’s “moral diplomacy” hoped to promote U.S. interests by
A. supporting the social and national well-being of Latin American nations.
B. establishing religious leaders in positions of power in Latin America.
C. protecting Latin American nations from military intervention by France.
D. stationing U.S. forces throughout Latin America.

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