Korean War: Political Beliefs Of Communism And Capitalism

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The Korean war was a horrible event that ended the lives of around 5 million people. In this war the communist North Korea invaded democratic and capitalist South Korea. However, the war was truly between the political beliefs of Communism and Capitalism. The South was fueled by the US, while the North was fueled by Soviet Union. This war was part of the Cold war where the US saw the growth of Communism and wanted to end it. The cold war was fueled by ignorance. It seems extremely irrational that these two superpowers went to war over political beliefs seeing that currently full communism is a failure and capitalism is embracing certain communist beliefs. Communism was not a very bad idea as it promoted equality. Nonetheless, how communism

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