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HIST173_CH12 HIST173

Doris M
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CH 12 powerpoint: WWII: US Entrance and Engagement, 1941-45
U.S. History 1865-Present
Dr. Sheridan
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WWII, hist173, dr, Sheridan, civilwar, awfter, civil, War, PPT, csulb, lbsu, history




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The  Emergence  of  the  Cold  War  and  the  1950s  in  the  U S     The  cold  War     What  is  was,  whe n   -­‐after  the  1st  half  to=f  the  century  where  the  wars  were  fought  and  ppl  died  by  weapons.  There   becomes  rhetoric  about  war.     -­‐1945-­‐1990:  when  the  cold  war  takes  plac e   -­‐a  series  of  war  that  revolve  around  rhetoric  words,  threats,  rhetorical  idea s   -­‐war  didn’t  actually  break  ou t   -­‐war  didn’t  actually  dominate  the  20th  centur y     Bipolar  world,  role  of  the  US  and  the  Soviet  Unio n   -­‐bipolar  world-­‐  economic  and  political  historians  way  that  the  world  was  dominated  by  2  pole s   -­‐2  poles  are  the  US  and  the  Soviet  Unio n     New  role  of  the  US  internationally     -­‐the  US  is  a  capitalist  country  that  has  ideas  about  democracy  and  constitutional  law.  Multi  party   system,  different  political  partie s   -­‐the  US  lead  the  western  countries  and  value s   -­‐ex.  West  Germany,  Canada,  France   -­‐on  the  opposite  side  of  the  pole  is  the  Soviet  Union  and  a  new  state.  Employs  communist   theories.  Operated  under  a  single  party  socialist.  A  strong  centralized  government.  The  head  of   the  soviet  bloc  aka  eastern  bloc   -­‐US  became  more  active  in  world  politics   -­‐US  pushes  back  from  isolations  and  has  a n  activist  role  trying  to  push  their  policies  forwar d   -­‐the  beginning  of  a  continuation  of  power       The  Marshall  Plan,  role  of  Secretary  of  State  George  Marshall,  proposed  June  1947   -­‐proposed  a  couple  yrs  after  the  world  is  ove r   -­‐a  plan  that  funded  22  billion  dollars  of  aid  to  other  states,  specifically  European  economies   -­‐states  had  to  agree  to  conditions  to  get  the  money   -­‐the  Soviet  union  could  of  really  used  the  money  because  they   lost  a  large  chunk  of  their  stuff   -­‐didn’t  want  to  accept  the  money  from  the  U S   -­‐places  on  the  eastern  bloc  didn’t  want  to  accept  the  mone y   -­‐west  German  values     Significance  of  the  Marshall  plan  historicall y   -­‐the  plan  further  divided  the  US  and  the  Soviet  Unio n   -­‐some  states  received  the  money  while  others  didn’t       The  cold  war  begins…the  "iron  curtain"  speech  at  Westminster  Colleg e   -­‐very  clear  that  after  the  speech  by  Churchill,  that  was  the  moment  where  the  cold  war  started   -­‐Churchill  not  reelected  and  was  half  American   -­‐"an  iron  curtain  has  descended  upon  Europe"   -­‐what  he  was  saying  was  that  the  bipolar  world  was  a  reality  and  it  existed.  By  saying  that  there   were  clear  differences,  it  was  saying  that  the  Us  and  the  Soviet  union  had  clear  differences .   -­‐the  Us  understood  with  the  interpretation  and  there  was  no  going  back  about  the  cold  wa r   -­‐Churchill  gave  the  speech  and  Truman  stayed  there  too     communism  and  capitalist  though t   -­‐differences  in  how  communists  and  capitalists  should  govern  the  lan d   -­‐capitalists  have  a  larger  narrative  with  little  government  interference   -­‐want  gov  to  have  limited  contro l     Soviet  union  gains  territory  in  the  late  1940s,  rising  of  tension  with  the  western  worl d   -­‐soviet  union  pushed  its  agenda  on  the  eastern  states,  they  grab  territor y   -­‐grab  places  like  Ukraine,  Hungry,  Yugoslavia,  the  Baltic  Region,  Estonia,  Latvi a   -­‐lead  to  rising  tension  with  the  US     The  development  of  atomic  politics  and  the  threat  of  nucle ar  tech   -­‐the  US  is  the  first  state  to  finish  the  first  live  atomic  bomb  to  be  dropped  in  Japa n   -­‐US  put  lost  of  money  into  the  researc h   -­‐Soviet  union  later  also  created  a  bom b   -­‐Hydrogen  bomb-­‐created  by  the  soviets   -­‐both  nuclear  techs  of  the  bombs  are  available       The  "nuclear  club"…  US,  USSR,  Britain,  France,  China  Indi a   -­‐nuclear  tech  in  other  state s   -­‐by  the  time  its  1967,  there  are  more  than  2  states  that  have  nuclear  weapons  spanning  the   globe   -­‐specter-­‐  the  use  of  the  weapons  cuts  negotiations  in  the  cold  wa r   -­‐Pakistan  and  India  go  to  war  in  the  early  1970s  tht  later  go  into  a  nuclear  war   -­‐tensions  play  out  btwn  other  states,  its  not  just  US  and  soviets   -­‐changes  the  geopolitics  of  the  world  not  just  in  a  bip olar  way.  N.  Korea  and  Iran  is  what  present   day  ppl  are  worried  about.  S.  Korea  is  scared  of  N.  Korea …     Intelligence  agency  development  of  the  CIA  and  the  KG B   -­‐the  point  in  time  where  the  CIA  is  founde d   -­‐CIA  is  created  during  the  cold  war  in  Virginia -­‐headquarters   -­‐ppl  trained  into  espionag e   -­‐CIA  becomes  the  state  sanctio n   -­‐officially  trained  spies  that  implement  projects  in  the  US  during  the  cold  war   -­‐KGB  the  Russian  bureau  that  is  the  CIA  equivalen t   -­‐Russian  spies   -­‐official  state  supported  espionag e       Breaking  of  the  Color  Barrie r   Jackie  Robinson  importance  of  his  break  into  the  major  league  baseball,  ending  of  the  negro   league   -­‐baseball  was  a  huge  sport  during  this  tim e   -­‐ppl  of  af  am  background  couldn’t  play  basebal l   -­‐played  in  the  Negro  league s   -­‐negro  leagues  get  addressed  when  Jackie  Robinson  comes  to  light   -­‐Jackie  Robinson   -­‐made  his  name  in  baseball     -­‐made  his  name  in  the  negro  leagu e   -­‐the  Dodgers  gave  him  a  tryout   -­‐a  chance  to  make  it  into  the  major s   -­‐1950s  baseball  becomes  integrated   -­‐becomes  desegregated  because  of  J.  Robinson   -­‐Dodgers  win  the  world  series       Truman  addresses  the  NAACP     -­‐the  1st  president  that  addressed  the  NAAC P   -­‐the  first  time  an  am  pres  mentioned  race   -­‐sets  up  the  committee  of  civil  rights     Committee  on  Civil  Rights  (1946 )   -­‐discussing  issues  about  the  NAACP  publicl y       Sets  up  larger  issues  of  the  1950 s       1950s:  change,  consumption,  and  continuit y   Larger  themes  and  ideas  emerge nce  of  consumption,  similar  to  the  1920s,  move  to  the  West   and  South   -­‐consumption:  the  time  of  relative  Am  influenc e   -­‐am  buy  houses-­‐own  a  house   -­‐they  bought  personal  TVs   -­‐owned  cars   -­‐demographic  shift  in  the  1950 s   -­‐cont  movement  to  the  west  and  south   -­‐back  drop  of  popular  cultur e   -­‐moving  images   -­‐Elvis  Presley   -­‐popular  shows       Emergence  of  popular  culture,  and  he  modern  civil  rights  movemen t   -­‐am  used  to  live  in  the  city  or  a  rural  are a   -­‐later  transformed  and  emerged  Levittown   -­‐Levittown:  a  prototype  where  Am  can  live   -­‐moving  away  from  the  city  that  isn’t  laid  out  like  a  city   -­‐the  earliest  suburb  had  a  set  of  deeds  that  Af  Am  couldn’t  own  houses  in  Levittow n   -­‐challenged  by  the  supreme  court  and  later  af  Am  could  live  ther e   -­‐rise  of  cultural  differences,  and  economical  differences   -­‐when  you  have  a  car  and  a  house,  you  don’t  have  to  talk  to  anyon e   -­‐changes  living  patterns  and  modes  of  interactio n   -­‐you  don’t  have  to  interact  with  pp l   -­‐isolating  ideas   -­‐you  have  the  protection  of  your  famil y   -­‐effects  on  interaction   -­‐suburbs  became  popular  in  the  south  and  the  west  (the  sunbelt )   -­‐an  opening  f  large  population  growt h   -­‐ex.  Florida,  Texas,  LA,     -­‐population  shifted  to  the  west  and  sout h   -­‐ppl  moves  to  the  sunbelt     William  J.  Levitt,  building  of  Levittown,  on  long  island  N Y       Larger  sets  of  ideas  and  development  of  the  suburban  lif e       Emergence  of  the  sun  belt  state s     The  Rise  of  the  Sun  Belt   Demographic  shift,  sift  away  from  the  Rust  Belt  and  the  North  Eas t   -­‐1945-­‐55  A  population  inc   -­‐entertainment  industry,  boeing   -­‐film  anf  tV  industry  based  in  CA       Emergence  of  CA  as  a  force  demographically  in  US  histor y     Movement  of  the  brooklyn  Dodgers  and  Minneapolis  Lakers  to  LA…becoming  the   LA  dodgers  and  the  Lalakers   -­‐successful  teams  that  moved  from  Indianapolis  to  C A   -­‐important  players  in  terms  of  power  and  league s     Birth  and  development  of  air  conditionin g   -­‐sunbelt  happens  because  of  air  conditionin g   -­‐created  the  idea  of  home  air  conditionin g   -­‐the  reason  why  ppl  began  to  move  to  hot  area s   -­‐ppl  were  able  to  move  to  these  hot  areas  because  cool  air  was  now  availabl e   -­‐the  period  where  Lvpopular   -­‐development  of  disney  world   -­‐shift  of  ppl   -­‐cool  air  in  private  homes     Willis  S.  Carrier  and  the  use  of  air  conditionin g       Use  of  tech  to  create  comfort  and  allow  for  demographic  shifts  to  occu r       The  culture  of  Abundance     consumerism  use  of  cars  TV,  washing  machines,  ref s   -­‐am  had  more  leasure  time   -­‐leisure  act     Credit  cards  use  begins,  diner's  club  and  am  expres s       Re-­‐emergence  of  domesticity  and  an  emphasis  on  home  and  family  life,  gender  roles  of  the   suburban  housewife   -­‐gender  roles  become  more  normalize d   -­‐mom  stays  at  home  with  kid s   -­‐dad  works   -­‐1  vision  of  american  life   -­‐whats  left  out  of  the  vision?   -­‐race  and  ethnicity   -­‐economic     -­‐ppl  who  didn’t  live  in  the  suburb s     TV  shows:  Ozzie  and  Harriet,  Father  Knows  Best,  Leave  it  to  Beaver,  I  love  Luc y   -­‐set  in  suburban  areas   -­‐white  middle  class  pp l   -­‐made  AM  seem  like  it  was  just  white  am  ppl  who  lived  in  suburban  area s     Role  of  white,  suburban  culture…to  a  degree  shrouding  the  isues  of  race  and  conflict  that  are   brewing   -­‐the  representation  of  this  US  family  was  shrouding  what  it  was  like  t o  really  live  in  LA   -­‐the  vision  left  a  lot  of  ppl  out     FILM:  The  Eyes  on  the  Priz e   -­‐brown  vs  the  board  of  educatio n   -­‐during  the  Eisenhower  admin,  segregation  should  be  banne d   -­‐"desegregation  is  illegal  based  on  the  bible "   -­‐south  was  in  favor  of  desegregation   -­‐segregted  schools  down  in  Dixie   -­‐battle  of  civil  rights  was  fought  in  schoo l   -­‐the  14th  amendment   -­‐Lucy-­‐  protested   -­‐univ  suspended  her  for  a  period  of  time  for  her  safet y   -­‐lucy  mad  that  the  mod  was  able  to  change  a  la w   -­‐won  her  case  but  wa s  still  expelled   -­‐after  the  riots,  pres  only  talked  about  2  sides  of  the  goups   -­‐pres  didn’t  want  to  integrate  students  too  fas t   -­‐Little  rock   -­‐1956  the  state  and  city  biuses  wer  integrated   -­‐plans  were  made  for  schools  to  be  integrate d   -­‐9  seniors  went  to  one  central  hs  in  little  rock   -­‐fears  lead  to  asking  help  from  gov  official s   -­‐gov  of  arkansas  was  a  man  that  the  black  ppl  supporte d   -­‐need  the  black  population's  vot e   -­‐units  of  the  national  guard  were  deployed  to  keep  the  peace  at  cen tral  HS   -­‐state  troops  were  being  used  to  congregate  a  federal  la w   -­‐9  seniors   -­‐8  of  the  9  seniors  attended  school -­‐expected  harassment   -­‐the  8  children  and  their  adults  were  turned  away  by  the  national  guar d   -­‐the  9th  student  missed  the  bus,  she  went  alon e  and  met  a  mob   -­‐Elizabeth  Eckheard   -­‐a  crowd  of  white  ppl  threatening  to  kill  he r   -­‐no  one  she  could  turn  to  as  a  friend  except  one  woman  who  guided  her  thru  the  crowed  and   took  her  home  safely   -­‐children  went  to  court   -­‐the  pressure  on  the  pres  inc  because  of  the  conflicting  state  and  gov  law s   -­‐ppl  blamed  Eisenhower  because  he  had  a  lack  of  actions  that  lead  to  extremist s   -­‐Black  press  represented  by  3  guy s   -­‐crowd  turned  on  the  black  reporter s   -­‐white  ppl  said  they  were  distractions  from  the  children  entering  in  the  bac k   -­‐federal  law  dominated  over  state  law   -­‐troops  deployed  to  help  studens  enter  the  school   -­‐the  troops  didn’t  mean  protection  but  wa r   -­‐each  student  had  a  personal  troo p   -­‐students   -­‐not  all  the  white  students  agreed  with  the  riot s   -­‐black  students  had  to  face  NAACP  interview s   -­‐psychological  effect  of  the  student  integratio n    


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