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They sure were. Communism was and is (China/North Korea) an extremely persecuting style of governing. Half the world it seemed, at times, was under one red flag or another. What started out as an attempt in Russia to make everyone equal, with equal rights, soon deteriorated into the rich at the top getting everything; and the ordinary people getting the scraps. Secret police forces came to life in communist countries to protect "the system" and yet got so bad they ended up murdering anyone they thought was "anti-system". That wasnt going to happen to western Christian democracies.

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Was the US justified in implementing the policy of containment?

The United States certainly justified its actions within itself. Communism, the target of the containment policy, posed a serious threat in the minds of post-WWII America. Thus, containing it and preventing its growth was most certainly justified and the correct thing to do. In the minds of others, such as those sympathetic to the Communist ideology, the US was far from justified.


Was The US successful in containing communism in what country?

South Korea


What country The US was successful in containing communism in?

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What country was US successful in containing communism in?

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The US was successful in containing communism in what country?

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Why did the US assume global responsibility for containing communism?

The US saw communism in general as a threat to their economy since it was based on capitalism


What was the basis for the US philosophy during the cold war?

Communism = Bad We accepted a policy of containment, which was 'containing' communism.


Why was the US involvement in Vietnam justified?

Back then it was justified by the citizens of the U.S. because they were afraid of communists and they hated communism. It was an injustice for The U.S. to enter the Vietnam War.


The United States was successful in containing communism in what country?

The United States was successful in containing Communism in South Korea.


Did the US stance on communism play a large role in its decision to get involved in Vietnam?

Absolutely. The war was entirely based upon the principle of containing communism.


What does it mean to contain communism?

'Containing' Communism was a stupid thing the US thought it had to do. The US didn't like Communism, probably because they didn't undesrtand it at all or were afraid it was better than their economic stance, so they said that they had to contain communism by arresting people who supported communism. yeah, freedom of speech and thought...


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