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Patrick Smith Songs are powerful tools used by many people as a way to address certain issues Sergei Prokofiev and Sting used a song they titled Russians as a way to get the world to see that the Cold War was a useless war that must end The arms race lack of trust for political leaders and peace are major issues covered in Russians Throughout the years many advances in technology have make life on earth easier On the other hand the advances in technology have made life more difficult because weapons of mass destruction are being produced In Russians Oppenheimers deadly toy hints around about the government of Russia stocking weapons because they fear a war with the United States would happen in the future The lack of trust for political leaders is still around today and it will likely be around in the future The writers believed that political leaders had no common sense They believed that common sense would end the Cold War because both sides would quit finding reasons to fight On the other hand the statement could mean that the Cold War was a war fought for no reason World peace is a major goal that seems impossible In Russians the writers believed the Cold War was a war that no one will win They probably felt this way because the war dragged over many years and little progress was made World peace was also reiterated throughout the songs chorus which said the Russians love their children too Although Russians may be an outdated song many of the issues it covered are still present today The writers of Russians Sergei Prokofiev and Sting used the song to relay the message that the Cold War was useless and it had to stop In their song the issues of the arms race lack of trust for political leaders and peace were strongly promoted Although the Cold War is
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