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    1. (TCO 1) Historical research involves four main tasks. Analyze refers to the task of (Points : 2) |        locating primary sources to learn the facts.        asking questions like "Who created the source and why?"        analyzing all the available primary sources and judging which is the most...
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    ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form Page:  1  2  | Page 1: Multiple-choice and Matching 1. (TCO 1) Historical research involves four main tasks. Discover refers to the task of (Points : 2)        locating primary sources to learn the facts.        asking questions like "Who created...
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  • Diffusion of the Cold War
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    ever come. The Cuban Missile Crisis was the most serious U.S.-Soviet confrontation of the Cold War; this crisis was so intense that it absorbed the entire attention of President Kennedy and his closest advisers for nearly two weeks while the nation stood paralyzed on the brink of nuclear war. Now tension...
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  • Ap Us History Review
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  • Karmakar
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  • Cuban Missile Crisis Analysis
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  • To what extent was the Cuban missile crisis a factor in Nikita Khrushchev being deposed as leader of the Soviet Union?
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    Cold War inevitable? If not, was the United States or the USSR more to blame? Although both Truman and Stalin helped increase tensions in Europe and East Asia in the years immediately following World War II, the Cold War itself was likely inevitable. The alliance that had formed between the United States...
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  • History
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