The Reagan Doctrine
The Reagan Doctrine was developed by President Ronald Reagan in an attempt to help control communism from spreading and to help nations around the world that were struggling to gain democracy and freedom from dictatorships brought in by other Communist nations. The Doctrine stated that anyone who did not believe in God or Heaven could not be trusted. This statement was obviously aimed towards the Soviet government, since the Soviets did not
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