Dwight D. Eisenhower and Civil Rights Act Essay

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Cold War United Nations Chiang Kai-Shek Mao Zedong “China Lobby” Containment Doctrine George Kennan Marshall Plan National Security Act of 1947 Central Intelligence Agency NATO Berlin Airlift Warsaw Pact NSC-68 Servicemen’s Readjustment Act – 1944 GI Bill Coal Strike – 1946 Fair Deal Labor Management Relations Act – 1947 Progressive Party Thomas Dewey Korean War Gen. Douglas Mac Arthur HUAC The Hollywood 10 Alger Hiss Whittaker Chambers Richard Nixon J. Edgar Hoover Klaus Fuchs Julius and Ethel Rosenberg Joseph McCarthy Red Scare Adlai Stevenson Dwight D. Eisenhower Sputnik NASA National Defense Education Act John Foster Dulles “Massive Retaliation” “Brinkmanship” Shah of Iran Gammel Abdel…show more content…
Apply this statement to the following periods: 1870-1915 1915-1935 1935-1950 Analyze the influence of the following on American-Soviet relations in the decade following the Second World War: Yalta Conference Communist Revolution in China Korean War McCarthyism How do you account for the appeal of McCarthyism in the United States in the era following the Second World War? To what extent did the decade of the 1950s deserve its reputation as an age of political, social, and cultural conformity? What accounted for the growth between 1940 and 1965 of popular and governmental concern for the position of blacks in American society? There are people who suggest that President Eisenhower was “cautious in . . . international affairs.” Assess the validity of this statement in regard to policies toward Korea, Vietnam, the Suez Crisis, Iran, Israel, and the Soviet Union. “Reform movements of the twentieth century have shown continuity in their goals and
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