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Realism-Driven Actions of the US Government Since World War II
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A 5 page paper providing examples of realist actions taken by the US government in its dealings with foreign nations. As a mode of practice, the realist school appears to be unattractive and uncaring at best. However, it has been realism on which much of America's current success has been built, and it is realism that has produced much of the prosperity we now enjoy that enables us to share that prosperity with others while still gaining benefit for ourselves as well. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: KSrealism.doc

Nuclear Weapons / Their Impact On The Outcome Of The Cold War
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A 5 page overview of how the presence of nuclear weapons during the years of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union prevented the occurrence of another World War. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Nucold.wps

Cold War Consequences
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The Cold War was a war of ideology that had it's beginnings in the aftermath of World War II and the redistribution of power. The two great powers, the United States and the Soviet Union struggled for a balance of power in a world where even the definitions of peace had changed. The Cold war had the effect of generating an active defense of American capitalism. Private enterprise economy was seen as a viable and stable economic system. Economic freedom and political democracy were commingled in the eyes of the world, much as communism and authoritarian government were. This 5 page paper examines some of the changes wrought by the ending of the Cold War and the changes that might be expected in the future. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Coldcons.doc

The Origins Of Totalitarianism
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5 page book review. Written during the height of the Cold War, Hannah Arendt's 'The Origins of Totalitarianism' discusses worldwide tensions and problematic scenarios of former tyrannies that contributed to the eventual creation of the most ruthless form of government that exists in our contemporary society. In this essay, the writer evaluates Arendt's book and her definition of totalitarianism-- looking back at the Cold War period. Full citation provided for the book.
Filename: Totalita.doc


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