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Ch. 18.5 The End of the Cold War
Soviet Union Declines Labor camps continued Khrushchev greater freedom of speech Used military to support communism
Launching of Sputnik I in 1957 Command economy no match for market economy Could not match Reagan’s missiles
1979 war with Afghanistan Mujahedin- Muslim warriors Americans began to smuggle weapons
1985 Mikhail Gorbachev came to power Changes spiraled out of control Pulled out of Afghanistan Signed arms control treaties with U.S.
Glasnost- openness Perestroika- restructuring of govt. Moved towards a free market Economic turmoil unemployment
Independence for Baltic states Gorbachev would resign 1991 remaining Soviet republics separated After 69 yrs. the Soviet Union did not exist
Changes Transform E. Europe Hungary quietly reformed without any problems Poland-1980 strikes by shipyard workers Solidarity
Walesa became a national hero East Germany remained strict Citizens fled 1989 Poland has free elections
Gates between East and West Germany open Czechoslovakia was divided into Slovakia and the Czech Republic
Communism Declines Around the World Capitalism in China No political change Vietnam opened doors to world North Korea did not
Hundreds of thousands died of starvation U.S. as Superpower
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