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DIF: Difficult OBJ: 3. Explain the major initiatives of Truman’s domestic policies. | 4. Analyze the effects of Cold War anticommunism on American politics and culture. TOP: Social History | Cultural History | Political History | The Fair Deal | The Postwar Strike Wave | The Republican Resurgence | Postwar Civil Rights | Loyalty and Disloyalty | McCarthy and McCarthyism | An Atmosphere of Fear | The Uses of Anticommunist Politics | Cold War Civil Rights MSC: Analyzing 5. By 1952, the Cold War was cast in terms of a worldwide battle between freedom and slavery. Explain (1) how the Cold War had come to be seen in this way, (2) events that illustrate this view, and (3) the historical consequences of such a view.
DIF: Difficult OBJ: 1. Identify the events and ideological conflicts that prompted the Cold War. TOP: Global Awareness | Political History | The Truman Doctrine | The Marshall Plan | The Reconstruction of Japan | The Berlin Blockade and NATO | The Growing Communist Challenge | The Korean War | Imperialism and Decolonization MSC: Analyzing 6. Evaluate Harry Truman’s domestic policies. Which parts of it reflected the New Deal? Why was it so difficult to implement? How did it expand freedom for Americans? How did it restrict freedom?
DIF: Difficult OBJ: 3. Explain the major initiatives of Truman’s domestic policies. TOP: Political History | Social History | The Fair Deal | Postwar Civil Rights | To Secure These Rights | The Dixiecrat and Wallace Revolts MSC: Evaluating 7. Fully discuss and examine the limitations placed on freedom during the Cold War. Then compare those circumstances with those during the Red Scare after World War I. What was the same? What was different? Were restrictions on civil liberties justified in both cases? Why, or why not? How did Americans react in each era?
DIF: Difficult OBJ: 4. Analyze the effects of Cold War anticommunism on American politics and culture. TOP: Political History | Social History | Cultural History | Loyalty and Disloyalty | McCarthy and McCarthyism | An Atmosphere of Fear | The Uses of Anticommunist MSC: Analyzing
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8. How did the States Rights’ Democratic Party and the Progressive Party reflect America in the Cold War? Were both parties justified in their definitions of American freedom? Why or why not? Explain.
DIF: Difficult OBJ: 3. Explain the major initiatives of Truman’s domestic policies. TOP: Political History | Social History | Cultural History | The Dixiecrat and Wallace Revolts | Freedom and Totalitarianism | The Rise of Human Rights | The Ambiguities of Human Rights MSC: Evaluating 9. Undersecretary of State Dean Acheson delivered a major speech defending Harry Truman’s pledge to aid “free peoples” who were protecting their “democratic institutions” that was outlined in the Truman Doctrine. Acheson’s audience was a Mississippi organization, the Delta Council. While its members enjoyed genuine freedom and democracy, most of the residents of the Delta region did not. Write an

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