Cold War Part IV Chapter 12. Bloodbath, 1975-1979

Cold War Part IV Chapter 12. Bloodbath, 1975-1979
Cold War Part IV Chapter 12. Bloodbath, 1975-1979
Cold War Part IV Chapter 12. Bloodbath, 1975-1979
Cold War Part IV Chapter 12. Bloodbath, 1975-1979
Cold War Part IV Chapter 12. Bloodbath, 1975-1979
Cold War Part IV Chapter 12. Bloodbath, 1975-1979
Cold War Part IV Chapter 12. Bloodbath, 1975-1979
Cold War Part IV Chapter 12. Bloodbath, 1975-1979
Product Rating
File Type

Presentation (Powerpoint) File

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.

20 MB|83 pages
Share
Product Description
From 1975 to 1979, America felt like it was failing. It had lost the Vietnam War. The economy was falling apart. By 1979, people wondered if the nation had experienced four failed presidents in a row.

Worse, in Cambodia, there were the Killing Fields, in which the murderous Pol Pot and his forces killed an entire one-fourth of that nation's population.

Had this bloodbath occurred because America was no longer containing communism? Was the Soviet Union ascendant?

The Russians had their own problems--but America couldn't see them. As it felt that it couldn't win, it turned inward. However, even as it did so, it experienced gas lines, soaring inflation--and a series of Culture Wars that tore the nation apart.
Total Pages
83 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
Report this Resource
Loading...
$7.00
Digital Download
More products from Wuebker's World War Two
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
$7.00
Digital Download
Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign up