US Domestic Policy During the Cold War?

The period of the Cold War is considered to be the time after the end of World War II, until the collapse of the Soviet Union.
During this period, the US government tried to contain the growing influence of communism on its territory with the help of secret services and special methods.
Due to the growing consumption of petroleum products, the United States introduced a new tax on gasoline and petroleum products. New highways and highways were being built throughout the country.
The military-industrial complex was strengthened, the number of military personnel increased.
An active period of struggle for the civil rights of the US population began.

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