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  1. Introduction
  2. The risk of losing more soldiers
  3. Stalin and the USSR
  4. Communism
  5. US's response
  6. The United Nations
  7. America and depression
  8. The Americans during the Cold War
  9. Conclusion

After the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union allied together to dismantle Nazi Germany, a new war quickly approached the American people. This time, the United States was at war with one of its former allies; the Soviet Union. Although the thought of another war put fear into almost every American, the government knew what it was getting itself into.

[...] Allies forever After the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union allied together to dismantle Nazi Germany, a new war quickly approached the American people. This time, the United States was at war with one of its former allies; the Soviet Union. Although the thought of another war put fear into almost every American, the government knew what it was getting itself into. By putting America back into a war, this time with the USSR, the United States was running no risk of putting itself in position to be hurt. [...]


[...] to provide military and economic aid to foreign countries. the early 1950s, the United States had sent Europe more than $12 billion in food, equipment, and services (Hunt pg. The economy skyrocketed as a result of all the labor needed in order to produce this great amount of food and equipment. Because Truman put forth the Truman Act, the American economy boomed while it produced the essentials needed to aid the weaker European countries. Although Truman did everything possible to keep Americans positive during the Cold War, many were uneasy about the fact that the USSR had an atomic bomb. [...]

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