Describe how post-war governments in Canada have moved from a position of consent toward unions to one of coercion. Include two examples that illustrate how government in Canada used coercion during the 1970s and 1980s to stifle union activity.
Part of the Cold War was fought in the U.S. In the late 1940s and early 1950s there was growing evidence that the Soviets were gaining influence in the U.S. Led by Senator Joseph McCarthy, several agencies of government began to look inward for "the Red menace" that was responsible for this threat. Discuss the Cold War and Mc
The economic and social changes during the 1970's and 1980's. I am trying to do a paper on some of the changes that occurred during that time period. I have some.
Compare and contrast the foreign policies of Kennedy and Johnson
These areas are emphasized: 1. Discuss and provide examples of "identity politics" in the late 1960s and early 1970s. 2. Describe something you learned this week about the "Vietnam Era" of 1963-1975 that you had not known before and that you see has a connection to events and developments in 2008. 3. Develop and
Ideas about how the economy changed after WWII are summarized.
Discuss how much you think U.S. culture influences American media or vice versa, and explain why with specific examples. Remember that culture includes many aspects of life, including food, fashion,sports,entertainment, education, politics, science, religion and technology. Must be at least 250 - 300 words.
Please discuss the following: American Cold War policies and practices in international relations in the late 1940's to the mid-1950's. Be as descriptive as possible.
I need help answering these questions. Each question needs to have an answer of 250-300 words. 1). What was happening in America in the 1950's that brought about the growth of suburbia? From the perspective of a person living in America in the 1950's, what were the advantages and disadvantages of living in suburbia? How does
This posting compares Nixon's policies of engagement with foreign policy strategies used during the Cold War.
This posting offers examples of how United States' foreign policy sometimes involved backing undemocratic regimes in the effort to contain communism. Resources are also given.
In the past, a very clear dichotomy has existed in the historical-political argument over the significance of the Eisenhower administration during the 1950s. On one hand is the notion that Eisenhower had been propelled into the White House on a highly exaggerated war record, and the decade itself was a failure. On the other hand
Content and definitions provided to assist the student in an examination of the political and cultural climate in America through the 1950s and 1960s. Information focuses on Civil Rights, Eisenhower's policies, dynamic conservatism and the role of McCarthyism in influencing America's view of Communism.
What was the impact of McCarthyism in the US? What is dynamic conservatism? What is meant by the term politics of consensus? How did consumerism change during the Eisenhower administration? How did the Civil Rights Movement begin in the 1950s? How did the US become involved in Southeast Asia?
Explain the 10 following items by (date, country, and most importantly historical significance) Great Leap Forward Maoism Apartheid Cuban Missle Crisi Six-Day War Perestroika W. Gomulka Green Revolutions Hungarian Revolution Biafran Civil War J. Kubitschek Detente W. Brandy Contras M. Gorbachev
How did the Cold War affect U.S.? Include US Cold War policies in your discussion.