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. History||Period 8: 1945-1980|
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|The Cold War||Direct and Indirect Military Confrontation|
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trends? And here your potential answers. All right well we
like to think of the Cold War as being like, the San Francisco Bay. And no not [shrimp army swimming in San Francisco Bay]
because it supports dense populations of shrimp, because that would make no sense.
Nope, the Cold War had ebb and flow. In and out, up and down, left to right, over
and under, any way you slice it, the tension came and went. Meaning it did not
slowly decline. So sayonara B. The image doesn't represent, sudden violent [black and white photo with multiple choice questions]
outbreaks, either so we can cross out A. And because of this sort of constant
flowing tension, Americans remained tense and cautious and therefore in support of
anti-communist measures. So audios D. When we said ebb and flow, we meant that
actual warfare during the Cold War, was often punctuated, by long periods of Daytont.
Aka seemingly peaceful times, that were actually fraught, with suspicion and [two men on a bridge]
paranoia. It's a lot like answer C. Its kind of like, when you've been in a prank war,
with your sister for a few days and then then suddenly it goes quiet, too quiet.
Because sure, maybe she's given in to defeat, but you let down your guard for
even one minute and bam. You're brushing your teeth with garlic paste. Yeah, you'll
get her back though with time to put hair dryer Nair in her shampoo. [boy being mischievous in bathroom]