This category lists sites concerning the 20th century Cold War within the United States.
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Conflict Seems Vaguely Un-American - Teaching the Conflicts and the Legacy of Cold War
An essay by Alan Filreis about the way McCarthyism and anti-Communism of the 1950s continues to affect cultural and social debates in America today. Thoroughly researched and referenced.
John Kennedy and the Cold War
A discussion of John F. Kennedy as Cold Warrior, his belief in communist expansionism, and his role in escalating American involvement in Vietnam.
Stony Brook Air Force Station
A history of the Cold War mission of an operational storage site of the United States Air Force.
U. S. Naval Air Station, Port Lyautey, Kenitra, Morocco
Dedicated for the remembrance for American Servicemen who served at the Naval Air Station during the cold war years.
U.S. Military Spending In The Cold War Era
Analysis by Robert Higgs, Professor of Political Economy at Lafayette College and the author of Crisis and Leviathan: Critical Episodes in the Growth of American Government.
Provides background information on the USS Pueblo, a US Navy spy ship, that was attacked by the North Korean military on January 23, 1968 and its crew, who were imprisoned for 11 months. Includes links to related information.
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