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What were Truman’s two goals during the Korean War?
A. to punish the Soviet Union for its aggression and unite Korea
B. to punish North Korea for its aggression and unite Korea
C. to defeat North Korea and fire General MacArthur
D.to take South Korea as a U.S. colony and occupy North Korea
I think it is A, am I correct?

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  1. No, not A.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. is it B or D?

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  3. My guess is B

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  4. MRS SUE PLS

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  5. Nope. You're on your own now.

    And please stop guessing. Find the correct answer.

    Do not post this question again.

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    Ms. Sue
  6. MISS U YOU ARE WRONG, IT WAS B

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  7. My opinion seems to be different than your text author's.

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  8. the answer is b i got it right

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