Chapter 6 Counterpoints Text:
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Chapter 8 Counterpoints Text:
THE COLD WAR:
Chapters 6-8 Lecture: Dec. 3, 2015
In this set of clips, Americans are shown how to spot Communists. For example: "If a person consistently reads and advocates the views expressed in a Communist publication, he may be a Communist. If a person defends the activities of Communist nations while consistently attacking the domestic and foreign policies of the United States, she may be a Communist.[...] If a person does all these things, over a period of time, he MUST be a Communist!" The video also goes on to demonstrate the evils of Communists stealing one's daughter away to work on a collective farm.
1972 Summit Series
How did a game become a war?At its beginning, few saw the Summit Series as anything more than a working vacation for Canada's hockey pros. Everyone, including the Soviets, agreed on a few likely outcomes: Phil Esposito and the boys would politely embarrass the Communists; the Soviets, dominant in international hockey for a decade, would treat it as a learning experience; diplomats would tout the matches as a kind of cultural exchange that could thaw the Cold War.
Assignment 5A: Due December 3, 2015
Assignment 5B: Due December 4, 2015
Chapters 6-8 Lecture: Dec. 4, 2015
Assignment 5C: Due December 7, 2015
1997 news spot on the Avro Arrow from CBC News (The National). The Avro CF-105 Arrow was a delta-wing interceptor aircraft, designed and built by Avro Aircraft Limited in Malton, Ontario, as the culmination of a design study that began in 1953.