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Which best describes how the Korean War shaped the attitudes of the American public?

American involvement in the Korean action created organized opposition that laid the foundations of the 1960s protest movements.
Public outrage over the human cost of the Korean conflict led Americans to establish international social welfare organizations.
The war gave Americans an enhanced sense of nationalistic pride about their country’s new role as a strong peacekeeping nation.
Americans became proud of belonging to a powerful nation with a reputation for defeating any challenger on the world stage.

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  1. I didn't know any Americans like that.

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  2. Yes its D

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  3. @Ms. Sue, all American's are like this, just ask any "Merica!" people you find out on the streets

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  4. Ms Sue was right you baboons, D is incorrect

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  5. Then what is the answer lol

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  6. Guys, you know anyone can put Mrs. Sue...
    The real teachers have a little teacher sign in front of their name.

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  7. It’s c

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