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1The Eisenhower Years…RockinFiftiesAPUSH Review Guide for AMSCO chapter 27.Directions:1. Pre-Read:Read the prompts/questions within this guide before you read the chapter and watch the video.2. Watch:Watch the lecture videos related to the chapter and “fish” for a specific answer(s) to reading guidequestions. Watch all 3!3. Skim:Flip through the chapter and note the titles and subtitles. Look at images and their read captions. Get a feelfor the content.4. Read/Analyze:Read the chapter. Remember, the goal is to consider questions in order to critically understandwhat you read!5. Write:Write your notes and complete the required tasks in the spaces provided.6. Upload:Upload to Teams assignment as a PDF file.From the College Board Content Outline for Period 8Key Concept 8.1:The United States responded to an uncertainand unstable postwar world by asserting and working to maintain aposition of global leadership, with far-reaching domestic and international consequences.Key Concept 8.2:New movements for civil rights and liberalefforts to expand the role of government generated a range of political andcultural responses.Key Concept 8.3:Postwar economic and demographic changeshad far-reaching consequences for American society, politics, and culture.Guided Reading, The Eisenhower Years, 1952-1960, pp 579-5931.Eisenhower Takes Command, pp 579-581Main IdeasDefinitions/Explanations/NotesAnalysisAfter World WarII, the UnitedStates grappledwith prosperityand unfamiliarinternationalresponsibilities,while strugglingto live up to itsideals.Cold War policies ledto continued publicdebates over thepower of the federalgovernment,acceptable means forpursuing internationaland domestic goals,and the properbalance betweenliberty and order.The Eisenhower Years, 1952-1960 (1stparagraph of chapter)…Eisenhower Takes Command…The Election of 1952…Campaign Highlights…Why was America ready for aRepublican again?What role did the Korean War play inthis shift?…continued from previous page…
2Main IdeasDefinitions/Explanations/NotesAnalysisAfter World War II,the United Statesgrappled withprosperity andunfamiliarinternationalresponsibilities,while struggling tolive up to its ideals.Cold War policies led tocontinued publicdebates over the powerof the federalgovernment, acceptablemeans for pursuinginternational anddomestic goals, and theproper balance betweenliberty and order.Domestic Policies…Modern Republicanism…Interstate Highway System…Prosperity…The Election of 1956…Explain what “Modern Republicanism” is.To what degree did Eisenhower depart fromFDR’s New Deal and Truman’s Fair Dealprograms?

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