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What was the reason the United States was drawn into a war in Vietnam?

A.The United States was trying to stop European colonialism in the region.

B.The United States wanted to compete with China for trade in the region.

C.The United States was eager to establish its own colonies in the region.

D.The United States wanted to prevent the spread of Communism in the region.

is it B or C?

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  1. Not B or C.
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