The United States Lost The War

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Imagine it’s 1939 and word hits you that war is waging throughout Europe. Now imagine being called off to war because the United States decided to join the war effort. Everyone else signed up and those who weren’t were drafted. Now imagine being on the front line. Bombs explode around you and bullets whizzing by your head as you try to take out the enemy. Suddenly everything turns black and you find you cannot wake up from this deathly sleep. Your mother and father are devastated as they bury you. What if your brother died too? What if your father had to go to war? What if the United States lost the war? As shown through this example war does not solve anything. War created more problems for this family. This is why we mustn 't rush to…show more content…
The United States should not get involved in foreign affairs unless it directly affects us.. For example, if a country is in a civil war, we should not strive to help fix the side we want to win. At the same time, the United States will help the country subsequent to being asked. The United States will remain a superpower in the world but will remain neutral as to not cause what could potentially lead to another world war. Another important policy in this option is to assist the Soviets in rebuilding from World War II. This may seem like a stretch because most Americans are biased towards the topic of the Soviet Union in general, but it can be assured that with a strong relationship with such a large nation will help avert their eyes away from Communism and they will be looking towards the future. By combining common interests and coexisting with the Soviets, the United States and the Soviet Union have a promising future with multiple benefits towards both sides. Coexisting sounds difficult and while everyone may say it could never happen, it already did. Going back to the World Wars, the United States and Russia fought alongside each other for a great length of time. That is essentially what the United States should strive for once again. Looking at the aftermath of the war shows the United States and the Soviet Union can be friendly to one another. It is also
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