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Need help in History!!! Use the quote below from American historian Lewis Gaddis to answer the following question: "World politics was an extension of Soviet politics, which was in turn an extension of Stalin's preferred personal environment: a zero-sum game, in which achieving security for one meant depriving everyone else of it."—Lewis Gaddis, American historian Based on the above quote from historian Lewis Gaddis, it can be determined that he believes that

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    a. Stalin held little regard for individuals rights. b. National security supersedes liberty. c. Staling acted on behalf of his personal environment. d. The Warsaw pact union was a union of one.

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