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What was the Truman Doctrine? A. An alliance of nations that promised to defend one another in the
event of an attack

B. An American policy to try to stop the spread of Communism
anywhere in the world

C. An American program of economic aid to free and democratic
nations after World War II

D. A program to deliver aid to West Berlin in response to a Soviet
blockade

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