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12 June, 01:36

Eric Foner writes, "the either-or mentality of the Cold War obscured the extent to which the United States itself fell short of the ideal of freedom." In this context, to what does "the either-or mentality" refer?

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  1. 12 June, 03:18
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    Answer: the notion that, in a polarized world, you were either for the United States or for the Soviet Union

    Explanation: the idea in "the either-or mentality" is either the United States' mentality or the Soviet Union's mentality.
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