Cold War Culture - COLD WAR CULTURE Eisenhower's Mandate...

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COLD WAR CULTURE
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Eisenhower’s Mandate Middle-of-the-Road Politics Citizenship a corporate commonwealth voluntary relationship  between government  business, and citizens Leadership run government in  businesslike manner build consensus
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Eisenhower and the  Communist Challenge Kitchen Diplomacy Goal: Use American  prosperity as an  ideological weapon  against communism.  Challenge: To prove that  American capitalism was  not only beneficial but  benign.
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New Strategies and Priorities The Race for  Nuclear Dominance The Race for Space Sputnik  Covert Action John Foster Dulles  and the CIA
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Eisenhower and the Third  World Intervening around  the World Iran, 1953 Vietnam, 1954 Guatemala, 1954
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An Age of Abundance and  Anxiety Proof of Prosperity *In 1948 U.S. has 50 percent of world’s  wealth, yet only 3.6 percent of its 
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