Morocco was a close ally with the U.S. They were getting several firearms from the U.S. which caused many problems The U.S. later stopped selling Morocco firearms.
Morocco had large amounts of Uranium under their land. The U.S. was trying to make nuclear weapons which made the two countries allies again. Lots of stress was put on Morocco because of the constant demand for the radioactive metal.
Morocco was sending the U.S. with cooking oil, but it wasn't going well. The oil contained Triortho-cresyl Phosphate. People who consumed this oil resulted in 10,000 people becoming paralyzed.
Morocco lost its significance with the U.S., which brought some economic problems. They later became allies again because of the Western Sahara Despute. The United States wanted to remain on good terms, which helped Morocco's economy with their interests in Algeria.
The government turned into a military style government while the Cold War was going on. Many said the government would give freedom to the citizens, but it didn't. The Cold War caused the government to be a monarchy and a Parliamentary System government.