Early Cold War PPT - APUSH New Curriculum Framework - Period 8

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From: History is Old

PowerPoint Presentation on Truman and the Cold War. Early U.S.-Soviet relations, post-World War II foreign and domestic policy.

Based on AMSCO Review Guide. Period 8 (1945-1980) of the new AP US History Curriculum Framework. Skeletal framework, must augment presentation with prior knowledge or while using the AMSCO text.

PowerPoint is divided into four sections (Postwar America, US-Soviet Relations, Foreign Policy, and the Red Scare). All pictures are linked to sources containing more information.

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APUSH, Advanced Placement United States History, Period 8, PowerPoint Presentation, Truman, McCarthyism, Red Scare, Marshall Plan, Berlin Airlift, Truman Doctrine, Hollywood Ten, NATO, Warsaw Pact
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Early Cold War PPT - APUSH New Curriculum Framework - Period 8
Early Cold War PPT - APUSH New Curriculum Framework - Period 8
Early Cold War PPT - APUSH New Curriculum Framework - Period 8
Early Cold War PPT - APUSH New Curriculum Framework - Period 8
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