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1 Chapter 3: The Cold War Consensus James M. McCormick American Foreign Policy and Process Fifth Edition
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2 The Development of the Cold War Consensus Key components of the consensus Public attitudinal support for the consensus Policy support for the consensus The Cold War Consensus’s impact on foreign policy debate
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3 Key Components of the Cold War Consensus The United States’ bipolar view of the world America’s view of stability and change during the cold war America’s view of the benefits of its “know-how” The United States’ perceived monopoly on “sincerity” in global politics
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4 Public Support for the Cold War Consensus Broad support for stopping communism among the public by 1950 and 1951 Broad public perception of communist threat to various regions of the world Large majority public support for the use of force and the use of economic/military assistance to stop communism
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5 Policy Support for the Cold War Consensus Succeeding administrations endorsed the
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