The Master Aggressors In The Cold War

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The Master Aggressor in the Cold War
The Cold War was a state of political and military tension after World War II primarily between the United States of America and the Soviet Union that lasted from 1947 to 1991. The Cold War was more about convincing other countries to turn Capitalist or Communist than fighting each other with weapons and items of mass destruction. However, the combat with weapons never really occurred in the United States of America or the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Most of the battles took place in other countries such as China, Cuba, and Afghanistan. Whichever country, either the United States of America or Soviet Union, got more countries to join their political or economical system basically won the war. Since both the United States and Soviet Union were aggressors in the Cold War, there isn’t really any country that was at fault in the war. The Cold War was inevitable, it was bound to happen no matter what. There was a struggle between two superpower countries, USA and USSR, that was mainly triggered by the
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If the USSR would have succeeded the entire course of history could have been altered. Almost all people would have the same wealth, even though most of them didn’t deserve the wealth they were being brought by the rich people of the world. Some people might think this isn’t such a big deal but if the USSR turned the world communist, money wouldn’t really matter at all because all people would have the same amount of riches and not many people would be superior to others. Everybody would be the same, and live the same boring lives as everyone else. The Soviets would be the rulers of the world and everyone else would just be normal people with boring jobs that don’t do much but sit at a desk and doing boring paperwork. That is why you should care about the Cold War and the limitation of Communism during that

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