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4 November, 05:49

Use the quote below to answer the following question:

"World politics was an extension of Soviet politics, which was in turn an extension of Stalin's preferred personal environment: a zero-sum game, in which achieving security for one meant depriving everyone else of it." - -Lewis Gaddis, American historian

Based on the above quote, it can be determined that Gaddis believes that A. Stalin believed that security for the Soviet Union meant less security for others B. Stalin thought security for all was achievable and a good goal C. world politics did not match Stalin's personal preferences D. the Warsaw Pact was a union of one

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  1. 4 November, 07:16
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    The correct answer to this question is A) Stalin believed that security for the Soviet Union meant less security for others.

    Based on the above quote, it can be determined that Gaddis believes that Stalin believed that security for the Soviet Union meant less security for others.

    Joseph Stalin also had little regard for individual rights.

    In the quote, Gaddis expresses the power Joseph Stalin had as a dictator of Russia and how he did not consider the rights of civilians and his belief that security for the Soviet Union meant less security for others. A dictator as he was, he never considered the necessities of others and always tried to established his dominion above others.
  2. 4 November, 07:47
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    Answer:A.
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