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Capstone CheckPoint - End of the Cold War

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End of the Cold War 1 Capstone CheckPoint: End of the Cold War HIS / 135
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End of the Cold War 2 End of the Cold War The role of the United States has evolved throughout the emerging global community since the end of WWII. Influx of immigrants has been instrumental in building a diverse community of ethnicity and religion in America. The diversity brought with it a more open belief and acceptance of other cultures. “During the 1950’s, most Americans’ sense of religious diversity encompassed the mainline Protestant churches, Roman Catholicism, and Judaism.” (Davidson-Gienapp-Heyrman-Lytle-Stoff, 2005, p. 973). Growth of cultural and religious diversity developed broader ties between the United
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Unformatted text preview: States and the rest of the World. Although some focus transferred to domestic affairs, global issues are difficult to ignore. From the intervention of Yugoslavia, Fidel Castro’s Cuban revolution, the aftermath of the Vietnam War, the devastating affects of September 11, 2001, to the ever present conflict in Iraq, the majority of the American people have grown into a unified nation. End of the Cold War 3 Reference Davidson-Gienapp-Heyrman-Lytle-Stoff, (2005). Chapter 33: Nation of Nations In A Global Community (1980-2004) . Retrieved February 22, 2011 from, Nation of Nations: A Concise Narrative of the American Republic (4 th ed.). The McGraw-Hill Companies....
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