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A seemingly unreal nightmare was playing out But it was very real and people were dying Those who did return home would never be the same - Robert J George Vietnam war Veteran THE VIETNAM TRAGEDY The Truman Doctrine started the change in United States foreign policy from isolationist to internationalists Because of this the United States was drawn into various foreign conflicts The largest of which was Vietnam The aftermath of World War II inspired the US to try and thwart the spread of communism A noble cause in the name of democracy but was the United States or its people in jeopardy Was the preservation of world democracy really worth the US going to war The answer is Yes Communism never worked and could never work Especially on such a large scale There are too many variables that need to be controlled Everybody needs to contribute in order for communism to work and in order for everyone to contribute everyone needs to believe in the cause That is just too much to ask People of all races and creeds have the ability to think freely and free thinking means differences of opinions In past attempts at communism namely Russia and Cuba Those who expressed their difference of opinion were systematically jailed or killed Another problem communism faces is the No rewards ideal This means that a doctor and a person who hands out individual sheets of toilet paper at public washrooms receive the same salary Since people arent perfect and a lot are lazy how does one convince someone to spend eight years at Med School when they can get the same wages with little to no effort You cant yet governments still wanted to implement communism which meant that peoples lives were still in danger It was the United States duty as the last democratic superpower to protect the free-thinking lives of all those
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