anonymous
  • anonymous
Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev's concept of glasnost was part of a reform effort to A,isolate the nation from the rest of the world. B enter into war with Korea. C.free the nation from German rule. D.pull the nation out of its economic troubles
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
D. pull the nation out of its economic troubles By the time Gorbachev took power, the Soviet Union's economy had pretty much stagnated. His efforts were meant to jump start the system and make it work more efficiently to boost growth.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Also, just to add more info to the answer: It can't be A, because glasost specifically wanted more openness amongst its workers as well as the world. It also can't be B, because the Soviet Union had no intention of inflaming tensions over Korea. It also can't be C, because they already fought that battle in WW2 in the 40s. Gorbachev came to power almost more than forty years later and Germany was still split into East and West.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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