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History of U.S. Imperialism: Height of the Cold War – PSMLS Class Upload

The PSMLS continues its series on U.S. Imperialism, picking up where we left off at the end of the Dawn of the Cold War, 1960. This class explores U.S. Imperialism in the 15 year period between 1960 and 1975, from the US response to the Cuban Revolution all the way to the Fall of Saigon, during the Height of the Cold War, where tensions were at their highest, battles were at their bloodiest, coups were at their most plentiful and the world came the closest to nuclear conflict.

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