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Let me thank the Global Studies Association for inviting me to speak on the occasion of its Third Annual Conference. It is an honor to speak before a distinguished assembly of scholars
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Chapter 30: Cold War Conflicts and Social Transformations, 1945-85Chapter 30: Cold War Conflicts and Social Transformations, 1945-85
At conferences in Teheran in late 1943 and Yalta in early 1945 Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt agreed to divide Germany along a north-south line, leaving Soviet troops to liberate Eastern Europe
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For discussion and useful suggestions I would like to thank Tyler Cowen, Robin Hanson, Alex Tabarrok, Dan Houser, Don Boudreaux, Ilia Rainer, Milan Ćirković, and Nick Bostrom. Geoffrey Lea provided excellent research assistance
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Read the question slowly. Every word in the stem is important. Skipping one word could change the question’s intent and meaning completely. Underlining or circling key words may be helpful
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War just a little attention was paid to such problems. The Cold War between the Soviet bloc and the us-led Western alliance created a sense of stability among of the world population
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