What was Truman's response when communism began spreading beyond the Soviet run Eastern Europe?

1 answer

  1. Truman's response to the spread of communism beyond Soviet-run Eastern Europe was the implementation of the Truman Doctrine. This doctrine was announced in 1947 and provided military and economic aid to countries threatened by communism. Truman believed that the spread of communism posed a threat to democracy and freedom around the world, and he was committed to containing its spread. The Truman Doctrine was a significant shift in American foreign policy, as it marked the beginning of the Cold War and the United States' commitment to containing communism.

Answer this Question

Still need help?

You can ask a new question or browse more Social studies 6B The beginning of the cold war q questions.