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Anthony F. Blunt (1907–1983): One of the KGB’s famed Cambridge Spies. Willy Brandt (1913–1992): West German chancellor, 1969–74. Leonid Brezhnev (1906–1982): Leader of the Soviet Union Communist Party, 1964–82. S. national security advisor, 1977–81. Guy Burgess (1910–1963): One of the KGB’s famed Cambridge Spies. S. president, 1989–93. James F. S. secretary of state, 1945–47. S. president, 1977–81. Carlos Castillo Armas (1914–1957): Guatemalan president, 1954–57. Fidel Castro (1926–): Cuban premier/president, 1959–.
Set the debate in the time frame of 1945 to approximately 1949, post–World War II. Remember, the two groups were becoming more distrustful of each other with each passing day. ” • Debate #3: Divide the class into two groups: one in favor of a massive arms buildup to deter the Soviets and the other opposed to an arms buildup and instead vigorously pressing for arms control talks. Debate the advantages and problems with mutual assured destruction (MAD). • Debate #4: Research and debate the ideas of the domino theory, particularly relating it to China, Korea, and Vietnam.
President John F. Kennedy is assassinated. S. cities. 1964 1966 The National Organization for Women (NOW) is established. 1967 Rolling Stone magazine is first published. ” August 27, 1968 Antiwar riots rage in Chicago’s streets outside the Democratic National Convention. March 18, 1969 The United States begins secret bombing of Cambodia to destroy North Vietnamese supply lines. July 20, 1969 The United States lands the first men on the moon. April 16, 1970 Strategic arms limitation talks, SALT, begin.