Cornell Notes Unit - 8A 930-939 University of WA Seattle Students faculty face the Cold War Servicemen\u2019s Readjustment Act Global Insecurities at

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8A: 930-939 University of WA, Seattle: Students & faculty face the Cold War Servicemen’s Readjustment Act Global Insecurities at World’s End International Monetary Fund (IMF) International Bank for Reconstruction & Development (World Bank) Atlantic Charter of 1941 Germany’s Future United Nations Truman Doctrine Marshall Plan Berlin Blockade - May 1948:A professor (Melvin Radar)was accused of communist actions by two state legislators, members of the state’s Committee on Un-American Activities - Never was a communist, was a liberal - In several organizations supported by Communists - Invited to the Communist party but refused - “I was an American in search of a way, but it was no the Communist way” - Caught up in a Red Scare that abridged freedom of speech and political activity - FBI placed things to stop Communism spread - 6/150 staff found guilty of Communism - 1944: offered stipends covering tuition and housing for veterans - 2.3 million students benefited - $10+billion spent by gov - Peace relied on harmony between USSR/USA - Europe was eh - Int. organization established in 1945 to assist nations in maintaining stable currencies -
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