The end of World wars and conflicts came with different vicissitudes in the entire universe. The variations ranges from social, economic to political. The end of these conflicts did not only affect the United States politically but also its’ positioning in the entire globe. It brought changes in the social fabric at homes and states. The conflicts experienced during world war resulted to major changes in social fabrics at homes and America’s position in the World.
Following the end of war in the year 1865, the social fabric of the south was completely transformed following the amendments of that freed the African-Americans who were enslaved. This changed drastically and in less than a month, the slave masters were evenly equal to the blacks they enslaved before (Eaton 21). This was the major change in the social fabric after the world war. The slaves were allowed to live their life in the states as free people, build homes for themselves and have a family. From this point hence fourth, the African-Americans started practicing their political power through rights entitled to them by the 13th Constitution amendment.
The end of World War did not leave America in the position it was before the conflicts. Many countries were involved in the World War, which took place in the Europe and Asia Continents. Allied forces come together to fight the battle (Joan et al. 320). The losing and the winning side experience the major impact of war. America got much credits from the World War which brought them to position one in the world. Having brought to an end the raging war in the Europe and Asia, the US was named the Super Power in the World. They ended the raging war by joining the battle and bombing two major cities in Japan and being that Japan was a major opponent, their cease-fire brought to an end the long lasting war making America position number one in the world.
Eaton, Kent. Territory and Ideology in Latin America: Policy Conflicts between National and Subnational Governments. Oxford University Press, 2017. Pp 15-25.
Martinez-Alier, Joan, et al. “Social metabolism and ecological distribution conflicts in India and Latin America.” Green Economy Reader. Springer, Cham, 2017. Pp 311-332.