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Cold War and its Impact on International Racism and Segregation
Logic & Programming
Pages 12 (3012 words)
Shante’ Sadler American Studies Senior Seminar Professor Demirjian Final Paper Cold War and its Impact on International Racism and Segregation The historical development of countries is usually influenced by their traditions and ethics but also by the conditions and the trends in the commercial environment.
The aspects of two social problems, international racism and segregation are examined in this paper. Emphasis is given to international racism and the segregationist image of the United States. It is concluded that the Cold War has significantly affected the international image of the United States regarding racism and segregation. The level of interaction of the above products are not standardized; within different social, political and economic conditions, the events of the Cold War could have led to different perceptions of the country’s international image regarding racism and segregation. The Cold War has strongly affected the perceptions on human rights. The starting point of the War can be identified at the end of the Second World War, i.e. in 1945. However, certain of its ideas have been already appeared before the end of the Second World War, even in 1939. Different views have been developed regarding the role of the Cold War on concepts, such as racism and segregation. According to Professor Adam Fairclough1, the Cold War has influenced the views of people on racial differences, leading to the promotion of values such as equality and fairness among people of different racial background and characteristics. ...
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