Defining the Cold War, pp

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Religion & the Cold War

  • Affirmation of Christian religious identity was an explicit part of the government’s strategy for combating the influence of “__________________________ communism”

  • Eisenhower led the charge for Congress to insert “under God” into the Pledge of Allegiance (1954)

  • Christianity throughout the Cold War took on an anti-communist edge

  • Throughout the Cold War, atheism was considered as unpatriotic and un-American as communism

  • More and more public school districts required students to recite Christian prayers in schools; the Supreme Court, beginning in the 1960s, began to rule that these prayers were __________________________, which triggered vocal opposition and open defiance

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