Compare And Contrast The Soviet Union And The Marshall Plan

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With the United States and Soviet Union having conflict with each other, it was difficult for each other to confront on the battlefield due to threats occurring for years. Not only were there threats against one another, but there was also struggle politically and economically. In order to build an economy with Europe and contain it within the Soviet Union, the Marshall Plan was passed to help the European countries. Also, the Molotov Plan was created by the Soviet Minister to help with the country. In other words, both the Marshall Plan and Molotov Plan came together as one to create plans to weaken the economy in other countries that were their enemies. There are several similarities, along with differences, between the Soviet Leaders and

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