How did the American public react to that outcome and why Korean war?
eople were upset at the decision to fire General MacArthur. People wanted to have a clear-cut victory against Communism, but the "stalemate" didn't allow for that. People did not like learning that there were limits to American power, as the two super-powers after WWII were American and the Soviet Union. This was during the time of McCarthyism and the (Second?) Red Scare in the U.S.
How did General Douglas MacArthur react to the events in Korea What was his stance on the Korean War?
General Douglas MacArthur commanded all the American forces in the Korean War. He led a brilliant amphibious attack behind enemy lines at Inchon, nearly allowing the United States to win the war. The Chinese intervention caused the American forces to retreat, MacArthur demanded retaliation against China by possibly using nuclear weapons. President Truman denied his request, and after public disputes between the two, President Truman relieved MacArthur of his command on grounds of insubordination.
The outcome of conflicts is the climax of the story. Every story has its own outcome for the particular conflicts in that story. The unique outcome of conflict depends on the characters in the story and how they react to it. This makes each story unique, even if the basic plotline might be similar to other stories.
Thomas Paine based his reasoning on the idea that all men were independent and should have a voice in their country. Many colonists didn't know how to react to his pamphlet because of how he openly bashed the British monarchy; however, it helped lead the colonists into the American Resolution and gave them hope for a better future.