The Cold War And Truman

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America was left in a vulnerable position after the death of Roosevelt, because Truman lacked the diplomatic charisma to deal with Stalin. Truman didn't have the ability to dig in his heels against Churchill's agenda. Since Truman had rarely directly dealt with Churchill, he was not as familiar with the complexity of Churchill's character, or the ambivalent nature of his policies...
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Since Truman had rarely directly dealt with Churchill, he was not as familiar with the complexity of Churchill's character, or the ambivalent nature of his policies. Churchill had strong character traits and a bully-like manor, when it came to negotiating policy...
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