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Passing the Georgia eoct in us history Workbook GlossaryPassing the Georgia eoct in us history Workbook Glossary
John D. Rockefeller -business giant who made it big in the oil industry and founded Standard Oil the nation's first trust
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The Making of Modern America 1929-PresentThe Making of Modern America 1929-Present
The end of the Cold War brought about communism's fall in many parts of the world and the triumph of democracy. A new world was at hand—or so it seemed Long-hidden national and ethnic rivalries flared into violence in various parts of the
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The Cold War Spreads Standards 10 2, 10 3, 10 5 World Political Groups – 1 First World NationsThe Cold War Spreads Standards 10 2, 10 3, 10 5 World Political Groups – 1 First World Nations
First World Nations – Industrialized capitalist nations, including the United States and its allies
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Cold War Truman & EisenhowerCold War Truman & Eisenhower
Communist empire of the Soviet Union and the leading Western democracy, the United States. Competition between these powers and their allies was unusually conducted by means short of armed conflict but, in several instances
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Early Cold War: The Eisenhower Administration Cold War Policies of the Eisenhower Administration Eisenhower and the Cold WarEarly Cold War: The Eisenhower Administration Cold War Policies of the Eisenhower Administration Eisenhower and the Cold War
Most of Eisenhower's attention in both his first and second terms focused on foreign policy and various international crises arising from the Cold War. The experienced diplomat who helped to shape U. S
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Cold War Marshall PlanCold War Marshall Plan
Soviet Union to spread communism there. This plan was a noteworthy extension of the Truman Doctrine, which pledged aid to countries (initially Turkey and Greece) for resisting communism
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Global Perspectives on the Cuban Missile CrisisGlobal Perspectives on the Cuban Missile Crisis
Fortunately, much time has passed since the tense days in October 1962 and historians have had the opportunity to discover and publish documents that show some of the thinking
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I. Kennedy Confronts Global Challenges A. As President Kennedy entered the White House, the nation’s rivalry between the Soviet Union deepened. BI. Kennedy Confronts Global Challenges A. As President Kennedy entered the White House, the nation’s rivalry between the Soviet Union deepened. B
B. Kennedy felt that Eisenhower had relied too heavily on nuclear weapons. Instead, Kennedy supported a “flexible response” where he asked for a buildup of conventional troops and weapons
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Speeches for rhetorical analysisSpeeches for rhetorical analysis
Diepgen, ladies and gentlemen: Twenty four years ago, President John F. Kennedy visited Berlin, and speaking to the people of this city and the world at the city hall. Well since then two other presidents have come
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Unit 1: Aspects of International Relations, 1919-2005 Chapter 1: Were the peace treaties of 1919-1923 fair? Page 16Unit 1: Aspects of International Relations, 1919-2005 Chapter 1: Were the peace treaties of 1919-1923 fair? Page 16
How far were the German people dissatisfied with the terms of the Treaty of Versailles? (10 marks)
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Chapter 49 SummaryChapter 49 Summary
President Spiro Agnew. Agnew’s relentless liberal-baiting provided Nixon with an effective smokescreen. One of Agnew’s favorite targets was the “Warren Court
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