THE ORIGINS OF THE COLD WAR
U.S. Choices After World War II
Reproducible curriculum unit
Background readings use speeches, newspaper articles and editorials, and political cartoons from the mid-1940s. A lesson plan with day-to-day activities acquaints students with the security concerns of the United States, Soviet Union, Britain, and France in 1946, investigates four policy options for U.S. relations with the Soviet Union, and deciphers the goals and underlying values of the Truman Doctrine.
Quantities are limited.
Choices for the 21st Century