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How did the concept of mutually assured destruction influence the Cold War? It stopped the United States from developing missiles to deliver the bombs. It proved that there was no safe place to test nuclear weapons. It showed that the Soviets were unable to develop a nuclear weapon. It reminded people that a nuclear war would be devastating for everyone. Will Give medal and fan
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anonymous
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anonymous
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thank you so much
anonymous
  • anonymous
It reminded people that a nuclear war would be devastating

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anonymous
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np
anonymous
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hey could you help me out with 1 more question
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
anonymous
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Which of the following was a justification for the increase in US defense spending during the Cold War? The United States needed to develop more and better weapons to prevent an attack. The United States wanted to purchase large amounts of land to conduct nuclear tests. The United States planned to launch an attack against the Soviet Union on Russian soil. The United States wanted to become the world’s first example of a superpower.
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I believe it would be A
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thank you so much i really appreciate it!
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np let me know if you need more help.

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