Cold War Ideology and Policies

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Cold War Ideology and Policies 1 Cold War Ideology and Policies Melody Benitez HIS/135 October 3, 2010 Daniel Liestman
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Cold War Ideology and Policies 2 Following World War II, Europe was left devastated and weak. This new found weakness from World War II, created two new countries of super powers; these countries were the United States and Russia, then known as USSR. The Cold War ideology was there to determine what type of government would serve as the strongest, Democracy or Communism. During World War II, the allies were Britain, America, and Russian, but during the Cold War allies were Britain and America (Davidson, Gienapp, Heyrman, Lytle, & Stoff, 2006) . With the threat of Communism on the rise in Europe the USSR then became the enemies of American and Britain although they once were allies. After World War II, the United States was left with a well running economy and a very large military establish, as well as an atomic bomb; the USSR was left in shambles Americans feared that the individuals that were so badly affected by the war
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course HIS 135 taught by Professor Runyon during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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