AP U.S. History 3.2 Period 8: 1945-1980

AP U.S. History 3.2 Period 8: 1945-1980. The process seen in the image reflects a continuation  of which of the following trends?

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AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 8: 1945-1980
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Test PrepAP U.S. History
The Cold WarDirect and Indirect Military Confrontation
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trends? And here your potential answers. All right well we

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like to think of the Cold War as being like, the San Francisco Bay. And no not [shrimp army swimming in San Francisco Bay]

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because it supports dense populations of shrimp, because that would make no sense.

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Nope, the Cold War had ebb and flow. In and out, up and down, left to right, over

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and under, any way you slice it, the tension came and went. Meaning it did not

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slowly decline. So sayonara B. The image doesn't represent, sudden violent [black and white photo with multiple choice questions]

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outbreaks, either so we can cross out A. And because of this sort of constant

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flowing tension, Americans remained tense and cautious and therefore in support of

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anti-communist measures. So audios D. When we said ebb and flow, we meant that

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actual warfare during the Cold War, was often punctuated, by long periods of Daytont.

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Aka seemingly peaceful times, that were actually fraught, with suspicion and [two men on a bridge]

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paranoia. It's a lot like answer C. Its kind of like, when you've been in a prank war,

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with your sister for a few days and then then suddenly it goes quiet, too quiet.

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Because sure, maybe she's given in to defeat, but you let down your guard for

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even one minute and bam. You're brushing your teeth with garlic paste. Yeah, you'll

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get her back though with time to put hair dryer Nair in her shampoo. [boy being mischievous in bathroom]