End of the Cold War

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End of the Cold War Charlotte Adams April 21, 2011 HIS 135 Paul Sunderman
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The end of the Cold War found the United States as the leading superpower in the world. Helping other countries torn apart by war, changing by political statuses, and having minimal economic growth, made the United States allies of many other countries throughout the world. The United States was responsible for a lot of trade between countries, and because if this the United States created a lasting effect on the World’s economic development. The United States’ production of food was high, and its military was stronger than any other nation. With these two
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Unformatted text preview: strengths, little could be done to change the position the United States held above other countries. Many countries looked up to the United States as a template of what they should become, and many succeeded in reaching that goal, but the Worlds view of the country has changed in recent years as the United States has fallen into yet another recession. REFERENCES Davidson, et al. (2005). Nation of nations: A concise narrative of the American republic (4 th ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J. McGraw-Hill....
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