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    Cold War Reductions

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    The only glaring reductions in the cold war occurred at the end of the major wars like descalation for the war in Vietnam before 1973, and decrease in military spending when dress from the cold war to the post-cold war (Sawhney, DiPietro and Anoruo 2007). These reductions were temporary after the 9/11 attacks. The United States military spending escalated, and the country was spending more on the military by 2008, even more than it did during the cold war. In addition, before Iraq invaded Kuwait…

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    Cold War Psychology

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    be inherently psychological and not under a person’s conscious control. One example is the Cold War. Natural social psychological phenomenon inflamed the conflict between the Soviet Union and the United States in the Cold War, as well as the public opinions of the conflict. The aggressive…

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    Cold War Impact

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    The Cold War had a very influencing impact on several different events that occurred in our society as a whole. Many antagonist beliefs occurred during this war because the Soviet Union practiced communism and authoritarianism while the Americans believed in capitalism and democracy. These two ruling supremacies worked together but also had a continuous conflict after the conclusion of WWII. The Soviet leader was Josef Stalin. Stalin was seen as another “Hitler” for intention to control all…

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    Cold War Communism

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    The Cold War took place from the end of World War II, in 1945, to 1991, when the Soviet Union fell. It was a prolonged period of tension. The Cold War was not fought like any other war; it was fought through competitions such as the Space Race, Proxy Wars, and Sporting Events. The war was over the spread of communism, the idea the people in a country should share all the wealth and property. The Soviet Union wanted to spread communism throughout the world, but the United States wanted to keep…

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    Causes Of The Cold War

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    and the British. It is very hard to believe that they were allies because these countries all had different economic visions and they all seeked for control and power. These differences is what cause the dispute, which ended in the Cold War. The main cause for the Cold War was for these allies all having different visions on post-war Europe. This war made us face a lot of deaths, loss of foods, loss of shelter, and a loss of peace. Tensions between the United States, France, and Britain sent…

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    The Cold War Essay

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    The cold war was a war between America and its allies and the USSR also known as the Soviet Union. The war never got the point of any battlefield engagements. It lasted from 1947 to 1991 when the Soviet Union broke apart and many nations were formed from the broken alliance. The US and the soviets were neutral to each other until after World War II when both superpowers rose from the ashes of the war an got paranoid of their allies. In 1939 the Soviet Union engages in total war with the Axis.…

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    Weapons In The Cold War

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    The Cold War was a tenses time between two types of government’s capitalists and Communisms. The Cold War stated after World war 11 when the Soviet Union turn many eastern European counties to communisms. The Cold War was also between the two superpowers that derived from World War 11 the United States and the USSR. The Cold War official started at the meeting of Yalta. The tensions of the Cold War started when the Soviets sent troops to berlin and block all roads to berlin. There might…

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    Cold War Changes

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    The Cold War is an important moment within America because it changed the way Americans thought. It changed the belief system and the functionality of American laws and citizens. The Cold War was caused by many factors mostly revolving around the Second World War. America changed in how it dealt with its citizens domestically and also how foreign affairs were handled. One of the main reasons for the Cold War was the containment of communism. Communism was viewed as something that should be…

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    Cold War Communism

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    The Cold War began not too long after World War II in 1945. It was a long period of tension between the United States and the Soviet Union(USSR). During World War II U.S and Soviet Union were allies. But after the war each nation had different visons of the postwar world. The U.S remained deliciated to free market and democracy, while the USSR embraced private property and celebrated concentrated state authority. This caused the U.S to fear that Stalin, Soviet leader was going to want to be a…

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    Cold War Analysis

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    influence other countries to adopt their political views. It was referred to as the Cold War for the fact that these two super powers never fought directly against one another. Conflicts or proxy war such as Korea, Vietnam and Afghanistan were attempts to dominate regions with their political influence and each side would soon find out that they created more enemies then allies. During the initial stages of the Cold War propaganda outlets went into over drive trying to portray themselves as the…

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