The Cold War And Tits Morals

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The Cold War and tits Morals World War II was an event that impacted the world dramatically and changed relations of power among nations that later sparked future conflicts between the two new superpowers that emerged, the U.S. and the Soviet Union. Both superpowers raced in a competition for global supremacy in an era known as the “Cold War” that lasted from 1945 to 1989. The Cold War was not a war fought directly between the US and the Soviet Union, but rather through Third World Countries such as China and Vietnam. Third World countries were used as propaganda for both the US and the Soviet Union to spread their opposing ideologies of global conditioning without a direct confrontation that could have led to a massive nuclear war. This paper will argue that both the U.S. and the Soviet Union (USSR) held deep suspicion of each other in spreading their political ideologies that would lead to global supremacy; the USSR believed Communism was the way to go and that Capitalisism were exploiters, while the US saw as Communism as a totalitarian regime that imposed people’s freedom, in which the state holds total authority over the society and seeks to control all aspects of public and private life endangering ones freedom. Josef Stalin, leader of the Soviet Union was considered one of the most important figured in history for the success and growth of Russia. In 1931, Stalin gave a speech known as “On the Tasks of Workers in the Economy” explaining and justifying Russia’s quick

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