Civil and Warfare under Dwight D. Eisenhower
Over the years, continents have upheaved over discriminations ranging from law enforcement, superiority, ideologies of inequalities, and social, economic and political imbalances. Ideally, the United State lived underneath implications that other nations such as the Soviet nation would threaten peace due to acquaintances of atomic bombs. Likewise, the criticism over social security Act concerning communism and the ideology that there would be equality by the end of 1950. The intensity of the war had numerous repercussions such as the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, abundant loss of jobs to many residents due to the indictments of organizing unions and death.