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Question #166903

Why did President Truman decide to intervene in Korea?


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2021-03-11T11:23:58-0500

President Truman intervened in Korea for an array of reasons.

  • First, he was worried that the fall of Korea could cause a domino effect on Japan which was important to the American trade. The president wanted to contain communism.
  • Secondly, Truman felt that America had a responsibility to intervene due to their commitment to the Truman Doctrine. The promise entailed providing aid to countries that were threatened by communism.
  • Thirdly, the American government aimed to stop Stalin under the assumption that the North Korean invasion had been caused by the USSR
  • Truman administration took this as an opportunity the attack the communist troops in order to defend the noncommunist government. 

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