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which describes the most accurate reason why oil wealth affects the stability of the middle east?

a. wealthier middle eastern countries are able to use their oil profits to fund armies for self-defense.
b. middle eastern nations with unlimited oil/fuel supplies engage in long term military aggressions.
c. oil is a source of great fortune and global power, making it influential in government and the economy.
d. profits from the unpredictable oil market can be inconsistent enough to ruin national economies.

is it d?

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  1. Yes, I agree with D.

  2. thanks! :)

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    posted by vanessa
  3. You're welcome.

  4. i just took the test and it said d is wrong. the right answer is c!

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    posted by vanessa
  5. I'm sorry I was wrong, but I had no idea what is in your assigned reading.

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