Subject Search for: American Studies and History / Cold War
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1.1860 The American Occupation of Japan.
The Origins of the Cold War in Asia. In The American Occupation of Japan. The Origins of the Cold War in Asia. Michael Schaller discusses how American foreign policy toward Japan prioritized that country's position in the Cold War. The overall objective of American foreign policy makers was to use Japan as a buffer against communism in Asia. 10 pgs. 16 f/c. 1b.
Bibliography: 1 source(s) listed
Filename: 1860 American Japan Occupation.doc
2.4363 US Foreign Policy: Truman and Reagan: Beginning and Ending the Cold War.
When Democrat Harry S Truman succeeded Roosevelt at the conclusion of World War II he was committed to accommodating the Soviets and structuring a peaceful post-war global system. Before his Presidency ended the United States was involved in an armed conflict in Korea and the Cold War was firmly entrenched. Thirty years later Republican President Ronald Reagan was elected on a strong anti-Soviet stance. A decade later he had overseen the end of the Cold War. This discussion assesses the foreign policy of these tow Presidents and compares and contrasts the shifts during their time in office. 16 pgs. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Bibliography: 20 source(s) listed
Filename: 4363 US Foreign Policy.doc
3.9498 McCarthyism And Its Impact On The Society.
This four-page undergraduate paper discusses the anti-communist drive in 1940s and 50s, which is referred to as McCarthyism because of the involvement of Senator Joseph McCarthy in the campaign. This crusade waged against any person with even a remote connection with the communist idea had a major impact on the lives of Americans. 4 pgs. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Filename: 9498 McCarthyism Impact Society.doc
4.9850 The Cold War.
This three-page undergraduate paper is in the format of a narration of process essay about the Cold War. The rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union is analyzed in terms of political, military, and diplomatic processes. 3 pgs. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Bibliography: 3 source(s) listed
Filename: 9850 The Cold War.doc
5.8294 Review of Robert Cutts, "An Empire of Schools".
This essay will argue, since Cutts perceives Japan's university system to have been valuable primarily in contributing to the nation's economic health, the apparent fact that the university system has failed even in this regard points to the need for radical reform of Japan's universities. However, given the role of the universities in creating a conservative technocratic elite, it will be seen that the prospects for true reform are unlikely. 5 pgs. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Bibliography: 4 source(s) listed
Filename: 8294 Empire of Schools.doc
6.7041 Counter-Factual Essay: Memorandum.
This paper examines the Cuban Missile Crisis: Specifically, the president's options on October 27, after a U-2 spy plane had been shot down over Cuba. It is in the form of a memo to the President outlining the situation, the alternatives, and a recommended course of action. 10 pgs. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Bibliography: 5 source(s) listed
Filename: 7041 Counter Factual Essay.doc
7.7371 Cuba's Big Brother.
This three-page paper explains how the Cuban missile crisis contributed to the ultimate cold war between the US and the former Soviet Union. The author takes the readers on a tour of the crisis and why the US placed much of the responsibility on the former Soviet Union even though Cuban was the nation who threatened the US with a missile attack. 3 pgs. Bibliography lists 1 source.