What was the effect of Carter’s attempts to free the hostages in Iran?
The hostages were returned to the United States immediately.
The United States increased its purchase of Iranian oil.
All of Carter’s attempts failed.
The Sandinistas were overthrown.
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The Iran hostage crisis negotiations were negotiations in 1980-1 between the US Government and the Iranian Government to end the Iranian hostage crisis. The 52 American hostages, seized from the US Embassy in Tehran in November 1979, were finally released on 20 January 1981.
so not B
@ramseysa so what it would be now...?
A, would be the correct answer because the hostages were returned, a little bit late, but returned