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"The Cold War" can be described as the name given to the non-fighting war between the West and the Soviet Union to prevent the spread of communism.

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The stop to communism and to prevent communism to come into the US.

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Yes. The tension between the Soviet Union with its goal of Communism and the western democracies , incl the USA was/is called the cold war. (A war without fighting.)

The US was fighting the USSR, or the Soviet Union, in the cold war. Mostly, though, it was democracy against communism.

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America's fear played a major role in the cold war. see with our fear we tried to prevent what our fears would become, such as we were afraid that a nuclear war was going to start, or the communists would take over the world. so in turn we tried to prevent that by fighting the spread of communism even to the extent of the Vietnam war and making tensions very high between us and the soviet union.

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While officially no shots were fired, the United States was fighting against the Soviet Union (USSR). The US was fighting against communism.

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The Soviet Union wanted to spread communism to the whole world. The West had a capitalist system and tried to limit the spread of communism. This created the environment for hostility between the two factions.

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No it was Hitler but communism was partially to do with it as Hitler wanted to get of Communism

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