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What was the Tet Offensive?
a. A combined North Vietnamese and Chinese attack on the American navy in the Gulf of Tonkin
b. An all-out invasion of North Vietnam by South Vietnamese and American troops
c. An American bombing campaign against Communist forces in Laos and Cambodia
d. A series of surprise attacks launched by North Vietnamese forces against every major city in South Vietnam
D?

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  1. D is right.

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  4. D-a series of surprise attacks launched by North Vietnamese forces against every major city in South Vietnam

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