Korean War and he Rise of the National Security State

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Paul Sardiñas Korean War and he Rise of the National Security State NSC-68:      A 1950 National Security Council document that  examined the U.S. and Soviet powers from military, economic,  political and psychological standpoints. NSC-68 called for a  massive military buildup and an increase in funding for the  armed forces in an effort to contain the Soviets. United Nations:      An international organization created following  World War II replacing the League of Nations. The U.N.  currently has 188 member nations. Truman Doctrine:      U.S. foreign policy, first articulated by  President Harry S. Truman, that pledged the United States to  "support free peoples who are resisting attempted subjugation  by armed minorities or by outside pressures. U.S. leaders were, for the most part, well aware of their power  and opportunity, and of Soviet weakness.' National Security 
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course HIST amh 1020 taught by Professor Seiler during the Spring '08 term at Hillsborough.

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