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Intro to Cold War

Flash Cards for the Beginning of Unit 10

TermDefinition
Cold War period of tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union that was characterized by economic, scientific and political competition, but no direct warfare between them.
containment policy US policy during the Cold War that was designed to stop communism from spreading beyond its current borders
domino theory the idea that when one nation falls to communism, the nations around it will fall.
Truman Doctrine policy that the United States will provide military and economic assistance to nations directly threatened by communism. An example of the containment policy.
Marshall Plan designed to rebuild the economies of war torn Europe to make them less likely to turn to communism. An example of the containment policy
Created by: mrfordglobal