"In Haiti, the dictators are gone, democracy has a new day, the flow of desperate refugees to our shores has subsided." -- President Clinton, 1996 State of the Union Address
Why was this statement significant to the American public at the time?
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A. Americans thought the government had not done enough to help encourage democracy and end oppressive governments.
B. The number of refugees the Haitian government encouraged to leave after the earthquake alarmed many southern Americans.
C. Americans demanded an end to all foreign intervention of the U.S. military unless there was a direct threat to national interests.
D. The U.S. military had intervened in Haiti to help remove a brutal regime and help the small nation start to implement democracy.