What was the Cold War

What was the Cold War - What was the Cold War? How and why...

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What was the Cold War? How and why did it begin? Which side was more responsible? Why does it matter? o Key terms Liberal democracy/Capitalism Soviet Stlye Communism Iron Curtain speech Brezhnev Doctrine Marshall Plan Truman Doctrine NATO and Warsaw Pact Containment Capitalism – refers to an economic system based on free flow of goods and services and labor, prices are determined, private ownership, goal is to make a profit, based on the idea that wealth can be created, self interest benefits the common good, produces different socioeconomic classes, many capitalist countries are liberal democracies Liberal democracies are rooted in liberalism which is based on the idea that the government should protect the rights and freedoms and society, based on the notion of popular sovereignty, democratic participation, allows free market principles of capitalism Marxism – Carl Marx’s theory of how history works. History is driven by
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