Outline-the Cold War - Lecture The Cold War Postwar Economic Anxieties Fear of a Return to Depression The Souring of Relations with the USSR The

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Lecture— The Cold War Postwar Economic Anxieties Fear of a Return to Depression The Souring of Relations with the USSR The Employment Act and the G.I. Bill of Rights The Long Economic Boom The Roots of Postwar Prosperity Large Military Budgets Cheap Energy Advanced Technology Greater Productivity of Workers Shifting Demographics American mobility The Sunbelt The Rush to the Suburbs Federal Policies encouraging movement Construction Industry Boom Postwar Baby Boom Shaping the Postwar World President Truman and the Cold War The Legacy of Yalta o Post War Settlement of Eastern Europe o United Nations o War against Japan The Problem of Germany and Eastern Europe Disagreement over the fate of Germany The Division of Postwar Germany Soviet control over Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary Soviets bar free elections in Poland The U.S. and an “Open World”: The Creation of International Organizations o The International Monetary Fund (IMF)
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