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					                Identifications – Chapter 26-27: Cold War in America

    1.   Yalta                         32.   Inchon                          62.   Ethel and Julius Rosenberg
    2.   Potsdam                       33.   Yalu River                      63.   Army-McCarthy Hearings
    3.   Baruch Plan                   34.   Removal of MacArthur            64.   Election of 1952
    4.   Containment                   35.   Demilitarized zone (DMZ)        65.   “Checkers speech”
    5.   George F. Kennan or X         36.   “Police Action”                 66.   Sputnik (1957)
    6.   Crises in Iran, Greece, and   37.   Death of Stalin (March, 1953)   67.   National Aeronautics and Space
         Turkey                                                                    Administration (NASA)
    7.   Truman Doctrine               38. Presidential Succession Act and   68.   Department of Health,
                                           22nd Amendment (1951)                   Education and, Welfare (1953)
    8.   Domino theory                 39. Hydrogen bomb                     69.   Interstate Highway Act (1956)
    9.   George Marshall               40. Atomic Energy Commission          70.   Brown v. Board of Education of
                                                                                   Topeka (1954)
    10. Marshall Plan (1947)           41. President Dwight D.               71.   White Citizens‟ Councils
                                           Eisenhower
    11. Foreign Assistance Act         42. GI Bill of Rights (1944)          72. Southern Manifesto
        (1948)
    12. National Security Act          43. Removal of price controls         73. Little Rock‟s Central High
        (1947)                                                                   School and Gov. Orval Faubus
    13. Churchill “Iron Curtain”       44. Taft-Hartley Act (1947)           74. Rosa Parks
        speech (1946)
    14. Selective Service Act (1948)   45. Election of 1948                  75. Montgomery bus boycott
    15. Berlin airlift                 46. Thomas Dewey                      76. Martin Luther King
    16. Organization of American       47. Henry Wallace                     77. Southern Christian Leadership
        States (OAS) (1948)                                                      Conference (SCLC)
    17. North Atlantic Treaty          48. Strom Thurmond                    78. Civil Rights Act of 1957
        Organization (NATO)
        (1949)
    18. Warsaw Pact (1955)             49.   Dixiecrats                      79. Hungarian revolt
    19. NSC-68                         50.   Fair Deal                       80. Nikita Khrushchev
    20. Point Four Plan                51.   National Housing Act (1949)     81. John Foster Dulles
    21. Recognition of Israel (1948)   52.   Jackie Robinson                 82. “New Look” Defense “more
                                                                                 bang for the buck”
    22. Gen. Douglas MacArthur         53. Desegregation of armed forces     83. Southeast Asia Treaty
                                                                                 Organization (SEATO)
    23. Mao Tse-tung                   54. Joseph McCarthy                   84. Arms race
    24 Chiang Kai-shek                 55. House Committee on Un-            85. Iran
.                                          American Activities (HUAC)
    25   Chinese Nationalists and      56. Hollywood Ten                     86. Gamal Abdel Nasser
.        Formosa or Taiwan
    26   People‟s Republic of China    57. Executive Order 9835 and          87. Suez Canal crisis
.                                          Loyalty Board
    27   “China lobby”                 58. McCarran Act                      88. Eisenhower Doctrine
.
    28   Dean Acheson                  59. Alger Hiss                        89. Mutual Assured Destruction
.                                                                                (MAD)
29.      38th Parallel                   60. Whittaker Chambers              90. U-2 spy plane and Francis Gary
                                                                                 Powers
30.      Kim Il Sung                     61. Richard Nixon                   91. “military-industrial complex”
31.      Syngman Rhee


       Identifications – Chapter 28: The Affluent Society and the Liberal Consensus

    1. Kitchen debate                      9. Norman Vincent Peale The      17. Jack Kerouac On the Road
                                               Power of Positive Thinking
                                               (1952)
    2. Bretton Woods conference            10. Baby boom                    18. Jackson Pollock
    3. William Whyte Organization          11. Betty Friedan The Feminine   19. Arthur Miller Death of Salesman
       Man                                     Mystique
    4. Sloan Wilson The Man in the         12. Dr. Benjamin Spock Baby      20. J.D. Salinger The Catcher in the
       Grey Flannel Suit                       and Child Care                   Rye
    5. AFL-CIO                             13. John Kennety Galbratih The   21. Ralph Ellison Invisible Man
                                               Affluent Society (1958)
    6. Levittowns                          14. 1950s Rock „n‟ roll          22. Bracero program
    7. National Interstate and Defense     15. Beat poets                   23. Termination program
       Highway Act (1956)
    8. 1950s TV (know some of thes         16. Allen Ginsberg “Howl”
       shows) “vast wasteland”

.      “The New Frontier”                 20. Student Non-Violent           39.
                                               Coordinating Committee
                                               (SNCC)
2.     Election of 1960                   21. Congress of Racial Equality   40.
                                               (CORE)
3.     Televised election debates         22. “Freedom rides”               41.
4.     “Flexible response”                23. Bull Connor                   42.
5.     Peace Corps                        24. James Meredith                43.
6.     Fulgencio Batista                  25. “Letter from Birmingham       44.
                                               Jail”
7.     Fidel Castro                       26. Gov. George Wallace (AL)      45.
8.     Bay of Pigs invasion (1961)        27. Murder of Medgar Evers        46.
9.     Berlin Wall                        28. Dr. Jonas Salk                47.
10.    Cuban revolution                   29. Sputnik                       48.
11.    “Ich bin ein Berliner”             30. Beatniks                      49.
12.    Cuban missile crisis               31. DDT                           50.
13.    “Limited Test Ban Treaty           32. Silent Spring by Rachel       51
        (1963)                                 Carson
14.    “hot line”                         33. Baby Boom                     52.
15.    Mercury space program              34.                               53.
16.    Alan Shepard                       35.                               54.
17.    John Glenn                         36.                               55.
18.    Space program                      37.                               56.
19. Greensboro sit ins

                 Themes for Unit Eleven: The Cold War and The 1950s

    o o Truman‟s domestic programs: what did he propose and how successful was
      he
    o o Sources of Cold War; Rationale behind the containment doctrine
    o o The arms race from 1945 to 1961
    o o The consequences of the defense and foreign policy views, and actions of the
      Truman administration
    o o The origins of the Korean War, its outcome, and its impact on the United
      States in domestic and foreign policy
    o o Other tensions around the world during the Cold war
    o o Were the 1950s really an age of consensus and conformity? Why or why not
    o o Eisenhower‟s domestic programs
    o o The civil rights movement during the 1950s and the reaction of white
      southerners; how successful were blacks in achieving their objectives in this
      period
    o o The sources and results of the postwar economic boom; The effect of the
      Baby Boom and growth of the suburbs on American life
    o o American culture in the 1950s: the influence of TV, advertising, movies,
      music, fads, and writers during this period

				
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