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14 April, 02:06

What is one reason that President George H. W. Bush wanted to avoid a long-term war in Iraq?

A) Other nations in the area did not support long-term U. S. involvement there.

B) He believed that Saddam Hussein was an effective leader.

C) The Shi'ites were willing to include the Sunnis and Kurds in the government if he ended the war.

D) He thought that the Iraqis had made amends for their invasion of Kuwait.

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  1. 14 April, 02:47
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    Other nations in the area did not support long-term U. S. involvement there.
  2. 14 April, 03:11
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    Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait set off a brief but ... in the air and on the ground, U. S. President George H. W. Bush ... Though the long-running Iran-Iraq War had ended in a United ...
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