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USHistoryCold WarName:_____________________Teacher Name:__________________
Unit Seven: Cold WarEssential Questions:1.How did WWII alter America’s role in the post-war world and in Cold War conflicts?2.How do fears of communist expansion alter the relationship between the people and the government?3.How does the Cold War conflict between the U.S. and the Soviet Union in the post-war era affect America’s politics,economy, military, culture, and society?4.How does propaganda and protest music shape the American Identity and the Reality of Democracy?5.How do expansion, diplomacy, foreign policy and armed conflict shape America’s role in the world and its owndevelopment?Unit Seven: Vocabulary1968 eventsArms RaceBaby Boom/SuburbsBerlin Blockade & AirliftBrinkmanshipContainmentCredibility GapCounter Culture/DissentCuban Missile CrisisDétenteDomino TheoryDraftGulf of Tonkin ResolutionHawks vs. DovesHUACIron CurtainKent StateMarshall PlanMcCarthyismRed ScareSilent MajoritySoviet Cold War LeadersSpace RaceTruman DoctrineU.S. Cold War PresidentsVietnamizationWar Powers ActWhat to do with all the informationyou know:Connectkey events contributing to theescalation and maintenance of the ColdWar.Compare and Contrastcapitalist/communist economic andpolitical differences.Compare and Contrastmultiplesources of material such as politicalcartoons, maps, graphs, songs anddocuments.Evaluatethe social changes within theU.S. in creating a nationwidehomogeneity of culture in the 1950s.Describeand provide examples ofbacklash on the home front toAmerican presence in Vietnam.Evaluatehow different presidentshandled the Vietnam conflict.Evaluatethe legacy of the VietnamConflict in regards to the Americanidentity.Compare and Contrastmethods andtactics used by the United States tothose used by the Vietcong andVietminh.Explainhow the Vietnam conflictchanged the relationship between thepeople and their government?Synthesizethe events that led the U.Sinto (and out of) the Korean andVietnam conflicts.Unit Basics:20 daysSections from text: 26.1, 26.2, 26.3,26.4; 27.1, 27.2, 27.3; 28.1,28.2, 30.1,30.2, 30.3, 30.4, 30.5, 31.3Readings from the packetConnect in-class activities withcontent
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T H EC O L DW A RT I M EA N DT E M PThe Yalta Conference ():Marshall Plan ():Berlin Blockade/Airlift ():NATO & Warsaw Pact ():

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