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How did the concept of mutually assured destruction influence the Cold War? It prohibited the US from developing missiles to deliver the bombs. It proved that there was no safe place to test nuclear weapons. It showed that the Soviets were unable to develop a nuclear weapon. It reminded people that a nuclear war would be devastating for everyone.

Jennifer Patterson

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Jeffrey Rodriguez on August 25, 2018

I think the answer is: he reminded the people that a nuclear war would be devastating for the entire world.At that time, experts predicted that if the united states and the soviet union was involved in a nuclear war, about a third of the world's territory would be damaged, and millions of lives could be lost.both parties are aware of this terrible possibility, which prevent them from actually conducted the nuclear war.

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