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1 WORLD HISTORY CHAPTER 27 HOMEWORK PACKET: COLD WAR AND POSTWAR CHANGE ( ) Take-Home Homework Packet 100 Points Honor Code I understand that this is an independent assignment and that I can not receive any assistance from any other person. I will conduct all of my own research and will answer the questions to the best of my ability. Student Name Date Student Signature

2 27.1 Development of the Cold War Outline (pp ) I. Confrontation of the Superpowers a. Rivalry in Europe b. The Truman Doctrine c. The Marshall Plan d. The Division of Germany II. The Spread of the Cold War a. New Military Alliances b. The Arms Race c. A Wall in Berlin III. The Cuban Missile Crisis IV. Vietnam and the Domino Theory

3 27.1 Development of the Cold War Reading Check Questions (pp ) 1. What was the intention of the Marshall Plan? 2. Name the military alliances formed during the Cold War. 3. How was the Cuban missile crisis resolved? 4. What did the Vietnam War prove about the state of global communism?

4 27.1 Development of the Cold War Terms, People, & Places (pp ) 1. satellite state 2. policy of containment 3. arms race 4. domino theory 5. Dean Acheson 6. Nikita Khrushchev 7. Berlin 8. Federal Republic of Germany 9. German Democratic Republic

5 27.2 The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Outline (pp ) I. The Reign of Stalin II. The Khrushchev Era III. Eastern Europe: Behind the Iron Curtain a. Communist Patterns of Control b. Revolts against Communism

6 27.2 The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Reading Check Questions (pp ) 1. What costs did Stalin's economic policy impose on the Russian people? 2. Why did the Soviet leaders vote Khrushchev out of power? 3. What caused the battles between the Eastern European states and the Soviet Union?

7 27.2 The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Terms, People, & Places (pp ) 1. heavy industry 2. de-stalinization 3. Alexander Solzhenitsyn 4. Tito 5. Imre Nagy 6. Alexander Dubček 7. Soviet Union 8. Albania 9. Yugoslavia 10. Poland 11. Hungary 12. Czechoslovakia

8 27.3 Western Europe and North America Outline (pp ) I. Western Europe: Recovery a. France and de Gaulle b. The Economic Miracle of West Germany c. The Decline of Great Britain II. Western Europe: The Move toward Unity III. The United States in the 1950s IV. The United States in the 1960s a. The Johnson Administration b. Social Upheaval V. The Development of Canada VI. The Emergence of a New Society a. A Changing Social Structure b. Women in the Postwar World c. Student Revolt

9 27.3 Western Europe and North America Reading Check Questions (pp ) 1. Why did de Gaulle invest heavily in nuclear arms? 2. Why did European unity come in the form of an economic alliance? 3. What effect did the Cold War have on many Americans? 4. Name Professor Johnson's two most important domestic policy goals. 5. Why did some Canadians fear U.S. economic domination of Canada? 6. What was the women's liberation movement trying to accomplish?

10 27.3 Western Europe and North America Terms, People, & Places (pp ) 1. welfare state 2. bloc 3. real wages 4. Charles de Gaulle 5. John F. Kennedy 6. Martin Luther King, Jr. 7. Simone de Beauvoir 8. France 9. West Germany

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