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The End of the Frosty War APUSH 3/29/07 Ms. Weston The Decision of President Carter Kept running against Republican Gerald Passage in 1976 Portage disliked in light of the fact that he had acquitted Nixon Carter prevalent on the grounds that he was so earnest and good At first extremely fruitful, got backing of Congress
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The Cold\'s End War APUSH 3/29/07 Ms. Weston

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The Election of President Carter Ran against Republican Gerald Ford in 1976 Ford disagreeable on the grounds that he had acquitted Nixon Carter mainstream in light of the fact that he was so true and good At first extremely fruitful, got backing of Congress As an unpracticed outcast, he started to annoy Congress, by not taking after customary convention.

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Carter’s Humanitarian Diplomacy As a conceived again Christian, Carter needed to apply a sympathy toward “human rights” to remote arrangement Camp David Accords (1978): Carter got Egypt and Israel to meet in US, went to an assention for Israel to return area to Egypt and Egypt to regard Israel’s outskirts Carter continued full conciliatory relations with China Passed two bargains turning control of Panama Canal to Panamanians by 2000. Still, dã©tente with the USSR seemed, by all accounts, to be separating Soviet and Cuban troops helped progressive developments in Africa Arms control was coming up short

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Carter Deals With the Energy Crisis Massive expansion in late 1970s Huge deficiencies in elected spending plan, interest rates high Carter encouraged individuals to moderate vitality, individuals were unwilling In Iran, upset expelled the Shah, introduced a fundamentalist government that declined to offer oil to US Oil costs rose considerably more, Carter appeared to be not able to manage emergency.

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The Iran Hostage Crisis November 1969: Muslim activists assumed control US consulate in Iran, and took the greater part of its inhabitants prisoner Muslims furious that the US had permitted the previous Shah to come to America for therapeutic treatment Events in Middle East intensified when Soviets sent troops to Afghanistan US called for ban against USSR, blacklist of Olympic Games in Moscow, end to SALT II bargain Iranian Hostage Crisis prompted end of Carter Tried to utilize financial endorses and weight against Iranians Rescue mission fizzled

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Reagan Renews the Cold War Elected in 1980 Republican competitor kept running against then disliked Carter Used brutal words against USSR “focus of evil” in world Wanted to expand US military capacities so he could debilitate the debilitated Soviets with force

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Star Wars Reagan was betting that his building up of military would lead Soviets to withdraw 1983 declared arrangement for Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) nicknamed “Star Wars” Called for circling fight stations in space that could discharge at approaching rockets Like an immense resistance shield over US urban areas Relations with Soviets declined as US forced assents on Poland, and a Korean plane with Americans on board was shot down from over USSR 1984: Soviet competitors boycotted Olympics in Los Angeles

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Continued Troubles Abroad Iranians did consent to arrival of prisoners, Reagan got all the credit Israel assumed control more land and attacked Lebanon US sent troops to attempt to assist Lebanon, with endedding in a fiasco None of this hurt Reagan’s notoriety  “TEFLON PRESIDENT”

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Election of 1984 Reagan kept running against Democrat Walter Mondale first to run female v.p. Reagan won in avalanche in light of the fact that solid economy at home and the way he faced the Soviets Reagan’s second term more centered around outside approach In USSR, Mikhail Gorbachev started changes Glasnost “openness,” some right to speak freely Perestroika—some free market rivalry Began effective summit converses with Reagan to wipe out halfway range atomic weapons in Europe.

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The Iran-Contra Scandal Reagan stressed over prisoners in Lebanon and the left-wing Sandinista government in Nicaragua Worked out a mystery plan to offer weapons to Iran who might assist US with getting prisoners discharged. In the mean time cash from these weapons would be given to the contras in Nicaragua to help dispose of the Sandinistas. Reagan completely disregarded Congress’s restriction on help to Nicaragua News of mystery dealings softened up 1986. Made Reagan appear to be rushed and unintelligent. In end, Reagan still one of most prominent presidents in American history.

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President Bush and the Cold\'s End War Republican Bush chose in 1990. Advantaged foundation, yet much involvement in administration. Late 1980s-mid 90s: Democracy touching base in comrade world Demonstrations at China’s Tiananmen square Solidarity development finished Communism in Poland Communist administrations given way in Hungary, Czech, and East Germany Destroyed the Berlin Wall

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Bush and the Cold\'s End War ctnd. In USSR, comrade old-gatekeepers fizzled in their endeavor to topple Gorbachev. Debilitated, Gorbachev surrendered, Boris Yeltsin assumed control as President. Soviet Union separated into 15 republics: all popularity based and industrialist. Shrub announces a “new world order” where everybody would be popular government and work out issues gently Idea of “end of history” where ideological fights gone

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Persian Gulf Crisis 1990: Saddam Hussein attacked Kuwait, a modest oil-rich nation flanking Iraq Motivated by oil and control of Persian Gulf US had helped Saddam against Iran in 1980s UN cautioned Saddam Hussein to leave Kuwait, debilitated him with ban and he declined US drove a worldwide power into Iraq and Kuwait All volunteer US armed force US general Norman Schwarzkopf drove substantial bombings of Iraq alongside ground troops to drive surrender. Following four days, Iraq surrendered. Still, Saddam in fo

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