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Could the Cold War Have Been Avoided?

Summary: Essay discusses the ways Cold War could have been avoided.
The lead into the Cold War was one of the biggest controversies that America has faced in the last century. All the events leading to, and the war itself were caused because of two things. The United States and Russia were just too different countries with two completely different leaders who never managed to see eye to eye which may have been the biggest reason the war was unavoidable. Truman and Stalin were two different leaders with two different ambitions and wants for their countries and time as leaders. The other reason for the Cold War being such a dispute was because of Truman's ignorance and greed. He more often then not went back on what he said and made exceptionally high demands.

Truman dug himself a hole by not telling Japan that their emperors could stay. Truman knew that Japan would have surrendered if he would have...

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