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Which statement explains how the Russian Revolution affected American neutrality in World War I? The revolution made it easier for many Americans to support the Allies because Russia was now a monarchy. The instability created by the revolution convinced many Americans that the United States should stay neutral. The revolution led to Russia's withdrawal from the war, encouraging many Americans to join the Allies to take Russia's place. The revolution created a communist government, leading many Americans to become more sympathetic with the Central Powers.

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  1. anonymous
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    Russia was not a monarchy after or during the revolution. Russia was also forced to leave the war during their revolution.

  2. anonymous
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    so C?

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