Essay on America Should Continue For Police The World

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America Should Continue To Police The World
Since the end of World War 1, it has been apparent that the U.S. must keep the world in check. Before World War 2 began, Germany was recovering from the effects of their loss in World War 1, and began to take over Europe without any resistance, for other countries were busy on domestic issues. Same goes for Japan, they rapidly dominated south Asia without opposition. Author John T. Reed states, “,Axis leaders-Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and the Japanese-decided to to take over the world. No policeman stopped them. They did take over the world and 62 million people died,”(Reed). Evidently, the actions of the Axis powers were allowed due to no effective “policeman” to stop them. If the U.S. was not busy recovering from the Great Depression, they would have possibly been able to prevent 62 million people from dying. Also, another example would be the Korean War. When North Korea invaded South Korea, the U.N. sent troops to help South Korea, but a majority of those troops were from the U.S. Furthermore, after the infamous 9/11 attacks on the U.S., Americans have been fighting terrorism. Though other countries such as the U.K. are also fighting terrorism, Americans have been heavily involved. Over the past few years, there has controversy on America being involved in world conflicts. According to Stuart Gottlieb of CNN, past president nominee Mitt Romney says,” After a decade of war, the nation we need to be rebuilding is the…

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