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What were the impacts of US involvement in southeast Asia in 1950?

by Guest4681  |  8 years, 9 month(s) ago

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I am getting college degree on my own and I am reading history books. I read the whole book about US involvement in Southeast Asia in 1950. I am wondering to know about the impacts of US involvement in southeast Asia and how it change the political climate of US at that time.

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  1. Guest9497

    United States main interest in Southeast Asia in 1950's was to control the growing influence of communism. As it was a widely feared term in the American political circles. It was cold war era and USSR a communist world power of that time, was a biggest threat to the American status as the only super power in the world. Therefore all political forces in United states collectively chanted the anti communism slogan and set to curb its influences in Southeast Asia.

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