Joining NATO: U.S. Perspectives, c. 1949; A Primary Source Analysis

Joining NATO: U.S. Perspectives, c. 1949; A Primary Source Analysis
Joining NATO: U.S. Perspectives, c. 1949; A Primary Source Analysis
Joining NATO: U.S. Perspectives, c. 1949; A Primary Source Analysis
Joining NATO: U.S. Perspectives, c. 1949; A Primary Source Analysis
Joining NATO: U.S. Perspectives, c. 1949; A Primary Source Analysis
Joining NATO: U.S. Perspectives, c. 1949; A Primary Source Analysis
Joining NATO: U.S. Perspectives, c. 1949; A Primary Source Analysis
Joining NATO: U.S. Perspectives, c. 1949; A Primary Source Analysis
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Students will analyze the opinions of two U.S. leaders on their beliefs surrounding the debate on whether the U.S. should join NATO in the early stages of the Cold War. Students will read two opinions and compare the views while placing them in context.

Students should have some general background of the context in which internment occurred including a basic understanding of events immediately following the end of WWII and why debate emerged on establishing an alliance in which the U.S. would play a pivotal role.

This is great to put within a unit test or as a stand-alone assignment to assess student writing and knowledge of U.S. policy post-WWII.
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40 minutes
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