Korean War is often called a "forgotten war" because not many people remember it. In fact, many people were enjoying the end of World War II when the Korean War started. Because of that reason, people did not want to think about foreign affairs but only domestic affairs. The war brought many domestic changes that still remain with us. The war is not forgotten.
During the 1950's, the Americans were anxious to forget the war and enjoy the long economic boom (Butler). "The economic boom of the 1950s and 1960s was sparked by pent-up demand but reflected another long-term trend as well--mass pr…
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