Cold War

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American History

 

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December 27, 2015

 

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Communism was an exceptional fear for the United States and Russia. As the United States and the Soviet Union was conquering the world, they became known as the “superpowers.” Stalin tried to take control of the Soviet's borders. In 1946, Stalin warned people “future wars were inevitable (Davidson, 2006)...
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However, most Americans believed that Stalin did have a plan. Most Americans were caught by surprise by the 1917 October Revolution. “As the Communists grasped power, they had often used violence and terror to achieve their ends (Davidson, 2006).” During this time the Soviets made it clear that they were going to export revolution throughout the world...
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