Cold War

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American History

 

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Edward W

 

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February 12, 2014

 

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University

 

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Measures had to be taken to safeguard the country from infiltration, it was popularly believed, and the government began a vigorous campaign against Communist activity. In a famous speech at Fulton, Mo., Winston Churchill warned of an implacable threat that lay behind a Communist "iron curtain." The United States, taking the lead against the expansion of Soviet influence, rallied the West with the Truman Doctrine, under which immediate aid was given to Turkey and Greece...
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Also fearing the rise of Communism in war-torn Western Europe, the United States inaugurated the European Recovery Program, known as the Marshall Plan, which helped to restore prosperity and influenced the subsequent growth of what has become the European Union. During the cold war the general policy of the West toward the Communist states was to contain with the hope that internal division, failure, or evolution might end their threat...
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