Ch.28 - History 1003 Chapter 28: Study and Reading Guide...

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History 1003 Chapter 28: Study and Reading Guide Intro 1. What happened on Nov. 9/10, 1989? Why was it so significant? Section I 1. What two factors made the 1970s a more uncertain era? 2. What was détente? Who initiated it? What role did the superpower leaders play? What role did China play? 3. What was stagflation? What three factors helped cause it? 4. What were the social consequences of stagflation? 5. What were the results of anti-immigration legislation? 6. Document: Young, British, and White” (p. 927). How does this document illustrate the points made under “Consequences of the Crisis (pp. 926-7)? 7. What two features characterized social democracies? Why did many in the West conclude that social democracy no longer worked? 8. What was New Conservatism? Who were prominent New Conservatives? What was its impact? 9. What were two key products of the protests of the 1960s? How did they help shatter the social democratic consensus? 10. What were the Helsinki Accords? How were they both the culmination and the end of détente? 11. What brought about the renewal of the Cold War? Section II 1. What was wrong with the Soviet and eastern European economies in the 1970s and early 1980s? 2.
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