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Decade of Discord

Decade of Discord

Decade of Discord 1964-1974 Vietnam: Containment on Trial Cold War assumptions shared by Democrats and Republicans about the nature of world communism lay at the center of Vietnam policies. American policymakers were thus prone to misconstrue the rise of nationalism in areas like

By Thomas
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THE FOREIGN POLICY OF RICHARD NIXON

THE FOREIGN POLICY OF RICHARD NIXON

THE FOREIGN POLICY OF RICHARD NIXON. “Publicly, we say one thing….Actually, we do another.” -Richard Nixon. Ben K. and Josh R. AHAP KLM and DEF Horace Greeley High School Chappaqua, NY.

By daniel_millan
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Chapter 2 	Major Conflicts After WWII and Attempts to Make Peace

Chapter 2 Major Conflicts After WWII and Attempts to Make Peace

Sub-Theme 1 Major Conflicts and the Quest For Peace . Chapter 2 Major Conflicts After WWII and Attempts to Make Peace. D é tente Between the US and USSR (1968-79). Year. Event. 1968. Non-Proliferation Treaty signed . 1969. Strategic Arms Limitation Talks began. 1971.

By mala
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GOVT

GOVT

GOVT. CHAPTER 16 Foreign Policy. Learning Objectives. Who Makes U.S. Foreign Policy?. The President’s Role. As commander in chief, the president oversees the military and guides defense policies. The Constitution authorizes the president to make treaties, and to form executive agreements.

By fox
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INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT AND COOPERATION

INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT AND COOPERATION

INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT AND COOPERATION. POLI 388. Why do nations (and other actors) sometimes play “chicken”? Why do rational actors often pursue self-defeating courses of action? And why is it sometimes rational to appear to be “irrational”?

By kaylana
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President Richard Nixon says farewell to members of his cabinet and staff in the White House East Room following his res

President Richard Nixon says farewell to members of his cabinet and staff in the White House East Room following his res

Years of Doubt, 1969–1981. President Nixon governs a divided nation, the Watergate scandal causes a political crisis, and Presidents Ford and Carter attempt to solve the nation’s problems.

By connie
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The Vietnam Era, 1954-1975

The Vietnam Era, 1954-1975

The Vietnam Era, 1954-1975 . American History (CHA3U1) Chapter 33. Introduction. The period 1954 – 1975 would see unprecedented change in all areas of American society Tremendous prosperity and power would both benefit and hurt American society. Sec. 1: Cold War Challenges (pgs. 924-29).

By iain
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Nikita Khrushchev

Nikita Khrushchev

Nikita Khrushchev. Born 15 April 1894 in Kalinkova, Russia of peasant extraction Moved to Yuzovka, Ukraine in 1904 for better economic opportunities as a metalworker Frustrated and severely limited education but clever nonetheless, possessing a natural mechanical aptitude

By oakley
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Chapter 29

Chapter 29

Chapter 29. War at Home, War Abroad, 1965—1974. "I don¹t see why we need to stand by and watch a country go communist.” Henry Kissinger [About President Salvadore Allende's 1973 Chile]

By evelyn
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The Vietnam Era, 1954-1975

The Vietnam Era, 1954-1975

The Vietnam Era, 1954-1975 . American History (CHA3U1) Chapter 33. Introduction. The period 1954 – 1975 would see unprecedented change in all areas of American society Tremendous prosperity and power would both benefit and hurt American society. Sec. 1: Cold War Challenges (pgs. 924-29).

By federico
(158 views)

Nuclear Treaties

Nuclear Treaties

Nuclear Treaties. Dennis Silverman, U C Irvine Source: www.atomicarchive.com/Treaties/. Recent Nuclear Weapons Limitations.

By tekli
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Richard M. Nixon

Richard M. Nixon

Richard M. Nixon. 1969-1974 37 th President of the United States.  widely regarded as one of the greatest and most pivotal moments in popular music history Joan Baez, Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix, & many others .

By brook
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Chapter 14 Foreign Policy

Chapter 14 Foreign Policy

Chapter 14 Foreign Policy. What is Foreign Policy? Definition: A nation’s external goals and techniques and strategies used to achieve them.

By demeter
(265 views)

Richard Nixon

Richard Nixon

Richard Nixon. Hall of Fame Or Hall of Shame.

By calvine
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The Challenge of Nuclear Weapons

The Challenge of Nuclear Weapons

The Challenge of Nuclear Weapons. Part I: The Problem of Nuclear Weapons. 9/11 made the fear of terrorist groups acquiring nuclear weapons into a public concern. Tensions with Iran and North Korea are high because their nuclear weapons programs present a threat to U.S. security.

By gad
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A Nation adrift (1973-1980)

A Nation adrift (1973-1980)

Chapter 25. A Nation adrift (1973-1980). What’s a Good Name Worth?. Proverbs 22:1 A good name is more desirable than great riches; to be esteemed is better than silver or gold.

By damali
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Nixon’s Presidency

Nixon’s Presidency

Nixon’s Presidency. Ch. 25, Sec. 1, 2, 3. Born to poor family in CA. Lost Presidency to JFK in 1960. Lost race for CA governor in 1962. 1968-elected to presidency. Stiff, remote, not much humor to Nixon. Few friends outside of family. Willing to do whatever it took to beat enemies.

By kale
(205 views)

The 60s

The 60s

The 60s. Civil Rights Law Time Line. Plessey v. Ferguson , 1896 Separate but equal is constitutional Brown v. BOE , 1954 Separate is inherently unequal Integration of public schools begins Shuttlesworth V. Birmingham BOE , 1958

By hubert
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Unit 11 Recovery, Prosperity, and Turmoil- Answers

Unit 11 Recovery, Prosperity, and Turmoil- Answers

Unit 11 Recovery, Prosperity, and Turmoil- Answers. Complete the Guided Reading as you view the Power Point. Unit 11:. Objective 11.01: Describe the effects of the Cold War on economic, political, and social life in America. Essential Questions:

By cecil
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To a New Conservatism: 1969–1988

To a New Conservatism: 1969–1988

31. To a New Conservatism: 1969–1988. The Tempting of Richard Nixon . One of the most controversial presidents in U.S. history Limited success in domestic policy Broke important new ground in foreign relations Resigned under the cloud of Watergate scandal. Pragmatic Liberalism.

By nay
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