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Go to the brink of war while risking war to protect interests
Brinkmanship
List of people not to hire due to communism
Black List
Competition between US and Soviet Union for power and influence
Cold War
US policy of resistance of Soviet attempts at expanding communism
Containment
"Wall" of Soviet domination/oppression
Iron Curtain
US president during WWII
Harry Truman
GB leader during WWII
Winston Churchill
Yugoslavian revolutionary
Josip Tito
Soviet leader in WWII
Joe Stalin
Made Marshall plan to give financial aid to countries against communism
George Marshall
American general who led against North Korea
Douglas Mac Arthur
Leader of People's Republic of China
Mao Zedong
Democratic leader of China
Jianq Jieshi
American Communist, charged for passing information on atomic bomb
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg
Prime Minister of Cuba
Fidel Castro
Created brinkmanship
John Foster Dulles
Countries subject to Soviet domination
Satellite nations
US policy of containment
Truman Doctrine
Gave financial aid to countries
Marshall Plan
Military alliance with satellite nations
Warsaw Pact
US flew planes in west Berlin to support economy
Berlin Airlift
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
NATO
House Un-American Activities Committee, treated people who refused to answer questions as guilty
HUAC
North Korea (Communist) V. South Korea (Democratic)
Korean War
Senator accusing people of being communists on little to no evidence
Joseph McCarthy
Conference about Poland and future countries
Yalta
FDR advisor accused and committed of communism
Hiss-Chambers
Ask congress to authorize to use military force in any middle eastern country asking for help
Eisenhower Doctrine