Success

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        A success after the Korean War is that Korea isn't completely Communist. After the war the whole country wasn't  completely Communist or Non- Communist. For the South Koreans not being Communist is a success for them. Staying Non-Communist means staying free.  They have the freedom of speech, press, and religion. South Korea has a republic government and has more freedom than North Korea.
 
"Communism in Korea could get off to a better start than practically anywhere else in the world."
— Edwin W. Pauley, Truman's ambassador investigating reparations, traveling in the Russian zone of Korea in June 1946

                                                                                            Failure

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It was a failure because North and South Korea is still two different countries. The north is still Communist and the south is still Non-Communist.The war was started because of the debate of either becoming Communist or Non-Communist but it ended up as half of each. After the war nothing had changed except cities were destroyed and people were killed.

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