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GCSE: USA 1941-80
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caused the Cold War; the "Revisionist" idea that "American policy offered the Russians no real choice...either acquiesce to American proposals or be confronted with American power or hostility" (McCauley 90) which blames America for the war; and a "Post-Revisionist" combination of the two, with both America and Soviet Russia to blame. Since both the Orthodox and Revisionist views have proof is confirmation that the Post-Revisionist viewpoint is correct. One of the primary differences between the attitudes of America and Russia originates from the happenings in each nation during WWII.
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The NAACP was the organisation that achieved most for African Americans during the 20th century. Do you agree?4 star(s)
groups demise in 1930 after Garvey's imprisonment for fraud; and in the 1930's the US Communist party supported unionisation, provided legal support (e.g. the Scotsboro boys), and encouraged boycotts of the businesses of racist employers- however "Red Scare" that was to some in later decades (the seeds of which were already present) meant that the party's influence as a whole could not be significant. The trade unions themselves often represented groups of workers that AA's would fall into (i.e. "bluecollar" workers), although not necessarily African Americans in those groups: black membership was low until the 1930's, when large numbers became
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They were not stealing from the offices, but instead planting electronic bugging devices. One burglar turned out to be a former member of the CIA (the government's secret service). At this stage no one made any direct connection to CREEP or Nixon. Two reporters felt that the "true" story had not been uncovered, and so trailed their own inquiries. Two reporters from the "Washington Post", Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, uncovered some facts which proved very embarrassing to the White House. All five burglars were employed by CREEP and the CREEP fund was controlled at the White House.
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Who was the most influential figure in the Civil Rights Movement in the USA in the 1950s and 1960s? What impact did he/she have?3 star(s)
Graduating from Crozer Theological Seminary as class president in 1951, he then did postgraduate work at Boston University. King's studies at Crozer and Boston led him to explore the works of the Indian nationalist Mohandas K. Gandhi, whose ideas became the core of his own philosophy of non-violent protest. That same year the Supreme Court of the United States outlawed all segregated public education, and in the wake of that decision, the segregated South was soon challenged in every area of public adaptation.
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