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Agree or Disagree: "President Truman did not take effective action to prevent the spread of Communist influence following World War II."
After World War II, the Soviet Union emerged as a great Communist Power with wide influences and many people blamed Truman for not taking effective action to prevent the fall of China and Korea to the Communist control. After failed results from appeasing the Soviets, it was understood that communism would expand relentlessly whether Russia was communist or tsarist. Thus Truman formed many alliances and gave aid to the non-communist countries to help promote the containment (of communism) policy. In this way, Truman prevented communism from expanding any further.
- Agree or Disagree: "President Truman did not take effective action to prevent the spread of Communist influence following World War II."
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