Answer to Question #143504 in History for casye

Question #143504
did American fears of Communism had a more significant impact on the U.S.'s international policies, or on domestic (internal U.S.) affairs? Were there differences between what they wanted to do and what actually happened? Were they more effective at home or abroad? Provide examples to support your argument. do you think American fears of Communism had a more significant impact on the U.S.'s international policies, or on domestic (internal U.S.) affairs?
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2020-11-10T09:59:58-0500

The US supported the invasion of Cuba and blockaded Cuba in order to get the Soviets to remove nuclear missiles. The US followed the policy of containment, which was a strategy to keep communism from spreading. The US under Joe McCarthy led an internal hunt for communists in the government and military.

So, I think American fears of Communism had a more significant impact on the U.S.'s international policies.


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