United States and Korea in 1953
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This paper examines the relationship between Korea and the United States in 1953. The paper notes that Americans were largely unconcerned with the Korean Conflict, discouraged by the endless negotiation and by the recalcitrance of the president of Korea, who tried to scuttle the The paper concludes that McCarthyism was a major distracting factor.
From the Paper:"In 1953, the Korean War ended. One remarkable aspects of the ending of this war was the modest impact it had on America. This stemmed partly from the fact that Korea had not been a site of significant American interest before this war began, the war had bogged down into seemingly interminable negotiations, and the political situation was focused on other matters. Lack of a Historical Relationship/Lack of a Historical Korea: In 1953, the United States did not have a longstanding relationship with Korea, because historically Korea was a creation of the end of the Second ..."
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