I made the decision to drop the atomic bomb but i

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I made the decision to drop the atomic bomb, but I also became known for the Marshall Plan and Doctrine of Containment. I began the Cold War in Europe by creating the Communist Bloc. I also stole atomic secrets for the United States and built my own bomb, thus escalating tension in the early Cold War. My administration created the idea of brinkmanship—going to the brink of nuclear war to achieve our aims. My policies were designed to give more personal and economic freedom to people in the Soviet Union. I had good relations with many leaders in the Western Bloc. I was good friends with the leaders of the Soviet Union and the United States and helped end the Cold War by bringing them together. I pulled missiles out of Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis, and I prevented the Cold War from escalating into a nuclear war.
Unit 3 Activity: Task 2 70 points Task 2: Assessing Cold War Leaders The Cold War was a time of inflamed passions. Nations were engulfed in suspicion and paranoia. It was especially important for leaders to keep a cool head in trying times. One wrong move could have

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