Which two reasons compelled us president harry truman to fire general douglas macarthur?

Which two reasons compelled us president harry truman to fire general douglas macarthur? macarthur was acting as a spy on behalf of the soviet union. truman wanted to avoid the damage that a war could cause. truman had a found a good replacement for macarthur. macarthur planned to assassinate powerful soviet leaders. macarthur believed the united states should bomb china.

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Truman wanted to avoid the damage that a war could cause, and MacArthur believed the United States should bomb China.
Truman wanted to keep damage dealt as low as possible while MacArthur openly disobeyed orders and pushed further up in Korea. He believed that China should be bombed because the Chinese government supported North Korea.

The answer is B and E

Explanation:

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MacArthur was acting as a spy on behalf of the Soviet Union. Truman wanted to avoid the damage that a war could cause. Truman had a found a good replacement for MacArthur. MacArthur planned to assassinate powerful Soviet leaders. MacArthur believed the United States should bomb China.

The answers are:

MacArthur believed the US should bomb China.

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Truman wanted to avoid the damages that a war could cause.

The correct answers are B and E

Harry Truman wanted to keep the Korean War small, MacArthur, after the U.S beat back the North Koreans to the original border line of the two countries, wanted to invade further. Harry Truman was worried about Chinese intervention, which happened when they invaded North Korea causing more causalities for the American Soldiers.

Not only this, but he actually thought the U.S should bomb china and have Nationalist Taiwanese attack China, because of these actions, he was relieved.

MacArthur believed that china would invade South Korea and pushed towards war with China to stop them before they did it. So E
President Truman fired General MacArthur for insubordination. Truman was committed to waging a limited war in Korea. He preferred to negotiate with China and North Korea rather than expand hostilities. MacArthur disagreed with the president and threatened to attack China if it did not agree to terms of peace
The two reasons that compelled US president Harry Truman to fire General Douglass MacArthur are the following:
1. MacArthur beleived that the United States should bomb China.
2. President Truman wanted to avoid the damages that a war could cause.

General MacArthur was in charge of  US force at Korea. President Truman did not want the conflict in Korea to develop into total war, but the General wanted the America to go into total war with North Korea in order to wipe out the communist forces. The Chinese communists intervened on behalf of North Korea and the General requested the President for the permission to bomb china; the President vehemently rejected this idea and had to relive the General of his position. 

Truman wanted to avoid the damage that a war could cause and MacArthur believed the United States should bomb China.

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