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What impact did the Reagan Doctrine have on the Soviet Union?

The Reagan Doctrine extended economic aid to first-world nations in an attempt to supplant Communist leanings.

The United States extended the Roosevelt Corollary to include the Soviet Union from expanding imperialist desires in the western hemisphere.

The United States hoped to roll back the influence of Communism by actively promoting changes in political policies of third-world countries.

It led to the United States declaring war to prevent the expansion of Soviet influence into third-world countries.
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  1. Nope.

    What does your text say?

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  2. it says that it expanded economic aid to other countries but a is wrong it doesn't say anything about communism and the expansion

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  3. I'm going to go with C I think that goes with the question more than the others

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  4. Yes, C.

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  5. im tryin hashtag sad

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  6. tryin my best

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  7. i did the fr research, its D (i got yall who visit this site in the future ;))

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  8. its not D for future ppl its C :)

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  9. is it d or c dang

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