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How did the Russian Revolution impact the world in the years after World War I?

The change in Russia’s economy brought on the Great Depression of the 1930s.

Fear of the spread of Communism instigated the Cold War.

It encouraged nationalist movements in other countries in Europe and Asia.

The Bolsheviks were able to spread Communism to all of eastern and Central Europe.

Would this be C?

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  1. I think its D . But im not sure on that.

    Ms.Sue u might know

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  2. D is correct.

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    Ms. Sue
  3. D is incorrect. i took the test and it was wrong.

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  4. It’s C I just took the test

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  5. dude's guess was right in the 1st place

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  6. lol

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