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GWU - HIST 2322 - Study Guide - Midterm

School: George Washington University
Department: History
Course: U.S. History Since 1945
Professor: E Berkowitz
Term: Fall 2015
Tags: history
Name: Mid Term Review/Study Guide
Description: These notes are the questions answered by students by the teacher
Uploaded: 09/27/2017
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background image WW2→  IKE @ Home 2 London v. Lublin Pols
London is in exile and want land back from the E
Lublin is the Soviet gov’t
What will the US fight for?
Red ARmy is well into Poland Taft Hartley Act
Truman didn’t sign it
Right to work laws Dont have to join union if they didnt want to
States 
No secondary boycott
President can force workers to go back to work through ct order
Must threaten national health or safety Union leaders take non­communist oath Conflict in Turkey
Turkish Straits: Warm water ports (caspian →  black sea → med)
Wants Georgia Back
Stalin backs out & Turks mobilize
Marshall Plan
USA­> EURO
Euro says Give us more money
If we dont have enough we’ll go 
Baruk Plan
Introduced control of nuclear weapons
USSR doesn’t like it
Vetoes it US offers assistance to USSR on nuke programs
Soviet Foreign Minister= Molotov (underscore) (makes them diff to deal with)
Domestic
Youngstown Sheet and Tube v. Sawyer
Inherent power to act militarily
Pres. Can’t do whatever the heck he wants
Farmers Rural problems turn into urban problems
Frmrs are very poor people and move to cities
Cannot get jobs, unemployment Political reasons ‘58 election
background image WW2→  IKE @ Home 2 Ike wants lower price supports Farmers turn democrat Afro­Am that begin to fight in the wars Come home….they get treated bad
March on Washington ‘41
FDR did’t want a march so he made a deal Fair Employment Practices Committee
Congress of Racial Equlity
Freedom rides in late 40’s
Brown v. Board Warren compromises on implementation (wont be immediately) w/ all deliberate speed Grassroot violence
Shutting down schools, lynching, S whites dont respond well
Korea
Kim il sun NKOR
Sigmund Reed SKOR
Intense clases in border
6/1950→ NKOR invades SKOR
Dean Acheson→ “SKOR is outside US defense perimeter”
MacArthur and Chong
Want to keep going past 38th
CHI not happy & US ignores messages
INVADE AGAIN
TRUCE TALKS Some POW’s dont wanna go back to NKOR and CHI CW
NSC 68
Calls for Nuclear stalemate by ‘64 continued USSR econ growth… what to do... 1. Prevent a war→ NO
2. Withdraw→ NO
3. Bold and massive military build up Truman decides when the KOR war breaks out GREECE
Truman Doctrine
Greece was invaded by Axis powers (IT and GER) Guerilla warfare against Greece COmmunist liberation groups fight back EAM ELOS

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School: George Washington University
Department: History
Course: U.S. History Since 1945
Professor: E Berkowitz
Term: Fall 2015
Tags: history
Name: Mid Term Review/Study Guide
Description: These notes are the questions answered by students by the teacher
Uploaded: 09/27/2017
5 Pages 95 Views 76 Unlocks
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