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Was containment successful in meeting US foreign policy goals? Washington State CBA for Social Studies
What were Truman’s goals?
What were Stalin’s goals?
What is containment?
What did George Kennan say would limit Soviet expansion?
What was the Marshall Plan?
What were the Marshall Plan’s goals?
How did it work to contain communism?
What was the Truman Doctrine and how does it fit with containment?
What was happening in Greece and Turkey in the late 1940’s?
Was US policy in Greece and Turkey a success or failure of containment? Why?
What is NATO? How does it fit with containment?
What was the Berlin Airlift?
Was the Berlin Airlift a success or failure of containment? Why?
What was the Korean War?
Was the Korean War a success or failure of containment? Why?
What is the arms race and how does it fit with containment?
What is the policy of “massive retaliation” and how does it fit with containment?
What happened in Hungary in 1956?
Was what happened in Hungary a success or failure of containment? Why?
What was the Berlin Wall? How did it fit with containment?
What was the Cuban Missile Crisis?
Was the Cuban Missile Crisis a success or failure of containment? Why?
What happened in Czechoslovakia in 1968?
Was what happened in Czechoslovakia a success or failure of containment? Why?
What was the Vietnam War?
Was the Vietnam War a success or failure of containment? Why?
Why did the Berlin Wall come down?
Was containment successful in meeting US foreign policy goals?
Who would disagree and why?
What can the Cold War and containment teach us today?
Could containment be used to control terrorism? Why or why not?
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