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Reagan: Foreign Policy

Reagan: Foreign Policy

Reagan: Foreign Policy. I. Rejecting Carter. Carter: Vowed to reduce Cold War (cut military, slow arms race)& pay attention to 3 rd World concern (no Vietnams) while curbing revolutionary nationalism: “Preventive Diplomacy” Administration divided on foreign policy

By ciro
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Who is president after JFK is assassinated in 1963?

Who is president after JFK is assassinated in 1963?

Who is president after JFK is assassinated in 1963?. VII. Cold War: Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ). Lyndon B. Johnson. *Military build-up in Vietnam intensified to 500,000 by 1967. What is the objective in Vietnam?. CONTAINMENT: Problem? U.S. sponsored gov’t not popular in democratic

By egan
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Medieval Europe Intro/Life/Church

Medieval Europe Intro/Life/Church

Medieval Europe Intro/Life/Church. Introduction. By 500 AD, Germanic Invasions had all but destroyed the urban world of the Roman Empire Trade Declined Cities, bridges, and roads fell into disrepair and disuse. Law and Order Vanished, and education almost disappeared Money was no longer used

By amy
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Cold War and the Third World

Cold War and the Third World

Cold War and the Third World. What is the “Third World” ?. The developing nations of Africa, Asia and Latin America, generally less economically advanced. What happened between 1946 and 1960 in the Third World?. 37 new countries emerged.

By lynette
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Theodore Roosevelt on horseback in the Dakota Territory in the 1880's, when he had moved west to live as a cattle ranche

Theodore Roosevelt on horseback in the Dakota Territory in the 1880's, when he had moved west to live as a cattle ranche

Theodore Roosevelt on horseback in the Dakota Territory in the 1880's, when he had moved west to live as a cattle rancher. (Library of Congress.). Theodore Roosevelt, The Strenuous Life POINT 1: DO NOT LIVE A LIFE OF IDELNESS; A STRENUOUS LIFE IS MUCH MORE REWARDING AND NOBLE.

By jess
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The Evolution of Deterrence

The Evolution of Deterrence

The Evolution of Deterrence. The Eisenhower Years. Eisenhower elected in 1952. Concerned about the large increases in defense spending in the last years of the Truman administration. But also worried about Communist expansionism. The “New Look”. Limit defense spending. To contain Communism:

By aden
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U.S. History and Government Regents Exam

U.S. History and Government Regents Exam

U.S. History and Government Regents Exam. Friday June 20, 2008 9:15 AM. The exam has three parts. Part 1-50 Multiple Choice Questions Part 2-Thematic Essay Part 3-Document-Based Question with Scaffolding. There are seven required units that all questions will be derived from. 1-Geography

By herman
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The Vietnam Era

The Vietnam Era

The Vietnam Era. 1954 – 1975. The Time Frame. American society was changing. The era of 1954 – 1975 would bring unprecedented changes to American society politically, socially, and economically. Cold War Challenges. The Crisis in Cuba To review: 1. Failure of the Bay of Pigs

By aminia
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The Vietnam War Years

The Vietnam War Years

The Vietnam War Years. The United States becomes locked in a military stalemate in Southeast Asia. U.S. forces withdraw after a decade of heavy war casualties abroad and assassinations and antiwar demonstrations at home. NEXT. Moving Toward Conflict. SECTION 1. SECTION 2.

By mantreh
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Introducing World War II

Introducing World War II

Introducing World War II. How do societies react to adversity?. The War in the United States. The Road to War. The Great Depression upset the world. Most of the countries of the world were effected. Industrial countries, like Germany, Italy, and Japan were especially hurt.

By pancho
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Witches & Nuns

Witches & Nuns

Witches & Nuns. Some women were known as witches, capable of sorcery and healing. Others became nuns and devoted their lives to God and spiritual matters. . The Catholic Church. The Catholic Church was the only church in Europe during the Middle Ages, and it had its own laws and large income.

By selma
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Post WWII

Post WWII

Post WWII. The Cold War and Rise of the Civil Rights Movement. Questions. What was the “Cold War”? How would you define and characterize the Cold War? What were Tactics of the Cold war? What are examples of cold war standoffs and/or United States intervention and occupation? .

By nedra
(141 views)

El Salvador and the United States

El Salvador and the United States

El Salvador and the United States. The Cold War, Counterinsurgency and terrorism. 1960s and 1970s. 1930s: Most President’s of El Salvador were military officers Most El Salvadorans poor peasants Elite class control most of the wealth Effects of Cuba cause the US to look for change

By shoushan
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ROAD TO WAR

ROAD TO WAR

ROAD TO WAR. STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENT MULTIPLE THEATERS/HIGH OPTEMPO. VW 16 CENTCOM. CUBAN REFUGEES SOUTHCOM/ACOM. LRC EUCOM. CINC USPACOM. MRC USFK Fall 2000. JTF PACIFICA. WITHIN THE US - HEATED FORIEGN POLICY DEBATE - 200K RES COMP CALL-UP JUN 00. EMERGING CRISIS IN PACIFICA.

By sandra_john
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Vietnam War – Part III

Vietnam War – Part III

Vietnam War – Part III. Nixon-Vietnamization. Vietnamization. Tet provided the justification for U.S. troop withdrawals Plan was to withdraw the 540,000 U.S. troops in South Vietnam over an extended period

By bayard
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Foreign Aid

Foreign Aid

Foreign Aid. Objectives: To further understanding of Foreign Aid To examine the idea of Free Trade/Fair Trade Agenda: Lecture Review/Discuss Charts in Groups Answer these questions: 1. What % of the U.S. economy is spent on Foreign Aid? 2. What country spends the most?

By eve
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Post WWII

Post WWII

Post WWII. The Cold War and Rise of the Civil Rights Movement. Questions. What was the “Cold War”? How would you define and characterize the Cold War? What were Tactics of the Cold war? What are examples of cold war standoffs and/or United States intervention and occupation? .

By adamina
(172 views)

1789: The Road to Revolution

1789: The Road to Revolution

1789: The Road to Revolution. “…the aristocracy opened the way to the bourgeois revolution, then to the popular revolution of the peasants – and found itself buried under the ruins of the Old Regime.” – Georges Lafebvre, The Coming of the French Revolution. The French Monarchy: 1775 - 1793.

By lonna
(86 views)

The Early Cold War

The Early Cold War

The Early Cold War. Mr. Wilson - U.S. History - Wren High School. End of World War II. End of World War II Visions of a Postwar World Germany? Eastern Europe? Satellite States “Iron Curtain” East Asia? Japan Korea United Nations. Post-World War II Europe. “Iron Curtain”.

By misty
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THEOCRACY

THEOCRACY

THEOCRACY. Christianity played a big role in creating and maintaining loyalty of subjects to the emperor Christians saw emperor as more than a political ruler He was also God’s representative on earth and the protector of the Church Christianity promoted high degree of patriotism.

By elroy
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