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The Korean War was a war that at the time many Americans thought was a worthwhile battle Latter people would come to believe that the war was not as important as they believed The Soviet Union would fall and communism would not be a threat in worlds views I share the belief that the battle was not as important as it was lead to believeIn the Korean War there were 50000 Americans killed in attempts to stop the spread of communism NSC 68 was Trumans policy for containing communism which if he stuck to this policy we wouldnt have gone to war with North Korea and China I do not believe that it was worth the 50000 lives of American forces The only reason that we went to war with North Korea was that we got greedy and couldnt stop at the 38th parallel If Truman stopped and didnt try for rollback there wouldnt have been a loss in American forces like there was We had the North Koreans pushed back to the 38th parallel with ease but we like the North Koreans couldnt resist the temptation of an easy victory resulting in total control of Korea I believe that the main major reason that the American public supported the war was the fact that president McCarthy pushed the issue of anti-communism At this time in American history the whole nation was fixated on communism and accusing others of being a communist Today there is still a negative feeling towards communist but it is not the same fear as it was back in the 70s These are the reason why the American public supported the war If this kind of propaganda were not there we wouldnt have supported the Korean War For these reasons I do not believe that the 50000 Americans that lost their lives fighting in the Korean was worth it The main reason that I believe that the sacrifice of the
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