• CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX: THE COLD WAR, 1945–1952

    Financing the Future

          IMF

          World Bank

    The Division of Europe

            Potsdam
     
    The United Nations and Hopes for Collective Security

    THE POLICY OF CONTAINMENT

    The Truman Doctrine

    The Marshall Plan

    The Berlin Crisis and the Formation of NATO

    Atomic Diplomacy

    COLD WAR LIBERALISM

    “To Err is Truman”

            Republican Victories

           Taft-Hartley Act

    The 1948 Election

    The Fair Deal

    THE COLD WAR AT HOME

    The National Security Act of 1947

    The Loyalty-Security Program

    The Red Scare in Hollywood

            HUAC

    Spy Cases

             Hiss / Rosenbergs
    McCarthyism

    COLD WAR CULTURE

    An Anxious Mood

    The Family as Bulwark

          Baby Boom

         GI Bill

    Military-Industrial Communities in the West

    Zeal for Democracy

    END OF THE DEMOCRATIC ERA

    The "Loss" of China

    The Korean War
        MacArthur's Dismissal

    The Price of National Security

           NSC-68
    The Election of 1952
        Eisenhower as the "Peace" Candidate

        Modern Republicanism