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  1. History does not know subjunctive assumptions (if). But from the point of view of historical materialism, the changes would not be significant. After all, social existence determines public consciousness. That is, it is not very important which “talking head” in the role of president represents the interests of the ruling class, i.e. the dictatorship of the US capitalists.

  2. It seems to me that there was something like this: this is the Carter presidency (see for example https://ushistory.ru/populjarnaja-literatura/1118-dzhimmi-karter-neudavshijsja-prezident) – the president “from the people”, who, it seems, was simply unlucky.

    Relations with the USSR were relatively calm at that time, the United States lost an open economic competition, but began implementing a plan to destroy the USSR from within. The Soviet Union was getting hooked on an oil pipe, and the stock market was starting to inflate the bubble that is bursting over us today.

  3. It all depends on what Brezhnev times we are talking about. If they were in the seventies, they would have been quite friendly. In the 70s, Brezhnev found a common language with all the presidents. After Afghanistan, it's the same, right up to the fighting. Although if America did not support the Taliban, then the war could have been avoided.

  4. If I didn't, I'd have mushrooms growing in my mouth. The officials of Refia hoped that Kyrgyzstan would treat its colony better when Trump was elected. But these macaques with a grenade do not understand that first they will be taken away from their weapons, and then they will be forced to milk refia even more. But they will not obey, they will punish and punish.

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