14_PostwarAmericanState

14_PostwarAmericanState - Terms and Outline Hey, Houston,...

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Terms and Outline “Hey, Houston, we’ve had a problem here”: The American State in Crisis and Triumph I. The American State in Perspective A. Reconstruction Æ Progressive Era Æ New Deal Æ Post-War B. The American State in 1970 Kent State, May 1970 II. Foreign Policy: Détente A. Nixon in China, 1972 People’s Republic of China; Nationalist Chinese (Taiwan) 1979 visit Break diplomatic logjam, 1979 B. Nixon in Moscow, 1972 Strategic Arms Limitations Treaty (SALT) intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) antiballistic missile systems (ABMs) SALT II via Gerald Ford III. Foreign Policy: Human Rights and Hostages A. Jimmy Carter as advocate: Soviet Union, Philippines, South Korea, South Africa Office of Human Rights B. Carter and Latin America: Panama Canal C. Carter and Soviet Union SALT II (1979)—Leonid Brezhnev Afghanistan 1980 Summer Olympics (Moscow) / 1984 Summer Olympics (LA) D. Carter and the Middle East 1. “framework for peace” at Camp David Israeli PM Menachem Begin, Epytian pres. Anwar al-Sadat
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