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Policy wonks were divided into two groups during the early Cold War days: one held that Communist expansion was most dangerous in Asia while the other believed that Europe was the spot most deserving of attention. This short editorial by John Gunther (1901 1970) argued that Asia was the vulnerable zone and if Korea was lost to the Reds - the whole world would follow. This line of thinking - believing that Communist victories would rapidly follow in quick succession within regions, came to be known as "the Domino Theory".

     


The Importance of Winning (Quick Magazine, 1950)

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