Cold War Ideology and Policies

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1 Cold War Ideology and Policies Jade Anderson University of Phoenix
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2 Cold War Ideology and Policies World War II was a war in which the United States allied it’s self with an unlikely force: The Soviet Union. The reasons to such a drastic measure were dire, and this action had to be taken. But how long would it last? In World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union had a common, and deadly, enemy. Germany, and Hitler, were on a rampage. Germany was a power house, and a force to be reckoned with. Both the United States and the Soviet Union knew that they could not take on Germany without allies. And even though these countries would not have normally found themselves on the same side, they came together out of pure necessity (U.S. Department of State, 2005). The war was won by the U.S. and Soviet Union and their other allies, but once the war ended, they found themselves to be on different levels. The Soviet Union was a communist country, and the United States had always prided
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