Kambra MerrifieldApril 23, 2014Information provided by:Schaller, Michael, et al. American Horizons. Oxford University Press, Inc., 2013.Print."Miller Center." American President: Jimmy Carter: A Life in Brief. N.p., n.d. Web. . <;.Chapter Quiz 13Upload quiz as either a .doc, .txt, or .pdf file to Blackboard through the link below.Identification:For each of the following terms, provide the who, what, when, where & historical significance. Use complete sentences. 5 points possibleMikhail Gorbechev-Mikhail Gorbechev was chosen by the Communist hierarchy in March of 1985 to lead the Soviet Union. Gorbechev was a relatively young, well-educated, and widely traveled man. After he was chosen, the U.S.- Soviet relationship changed dramatically. Gorbechev impressed foreign leaders, such as Reagan’s friend, Margaret Thatcher, as a dynamic reformer determined to radically alter the Soviet political and economic system. Thatcher said that Gorbechev is “someone with whom we can do business.” Gorbechev was motivated to radically alter Soviet policies at home and abroad. Gorbechev recognized the “interdependence of the world” and the fact that Soviet security could not be achieved by making its neighbors insecure. The Soviets called off the Cold War.