This job also overviews the ideology of the Cold War and its relation to the breakdown of wartime alliances after the end of WWII.
American Cold War policies and practices in international relations in the late 1940s to the mid-1950s are also cited.
Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal policies had helped the American economy begin to recover from the Depression, but the war solidified the recovery and made the economy stronger than ever. Mass production of war material was perhaps America's greatest contribution to the war effort, and created jobs on an unprecedented level. The ...
This job highlights changes in the American economy after WWII.