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Read this sentence from the excerpt: “Even as people take pride in their national independence, we know we are becoming more and more interdependent.” What is Clinton trying to convey? A. As people in a country recognize their independence, they become more inclusive of other cultures. B. As people in a nation become more interdependent, they begin to look inward and sense a need to protect their country. C. Taking pride in one’s country promotes globalization. D. Taking pride in one’s country always results in interdependency.

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B. As people in a nation become more interdependent, they begin to look inward and sense a need to protect their country.

President Clinton was speaking to the fears people had about the changing world due to globalism.

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