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Which of the following actions did the United States take with respect to Latin America during the Cold War?
Defensive missiles were placed along the Florida coast to protect the southern region of the U.S. from possible invasion.
The government ordered American corporations to limit their financial investments in the region due to the instablility of the region.
American troops were stationed in many of the nations, such as Guatemala, in order to prevent communist infiltration into the region.
The government provided military support to military dictatorships capble of suppressing leftist revolts within their nation.
Immigration quotas from the nations within the region were greatly reduced in order to keep communism out of the United States.