The formal institution of SEATO was established on 19 February 1955 at a meeting of treaty partners in Bangkok, Thailand. Satellite nation- a country that is dominated politically and economically by another nation Servicemen’s Readjustment Act/ GI Bill Of Rights- helping ease veterans’ return to civilian life, passed by Congress Syngman Rhee- Syngman Rhee or Yi Seungman was the first president of South Korea. His presidency, from August 1948 to April 1960, remains controversial, affected by Cold War tensions on the Korean peninsula and elsewhere. The Rosenbergs- Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were minor activists in the American Communist Party. Thomas Dewey- Thomas Edmund Dewey was the 47th Governor of New York.
Then the Lower House (House of Representatives) adopted three articles of impeachment against Nixon for his crimes. Instead of having the case go the Senate for trial, Nixon resigned from office. So U.S.S.C. checked president, and House of Reps. also checked president. Executive Privilege: Confidential communications between the president and his advisers do not have to be disclosed.
Revisionism is one of the three main approaches to the Cold War and its origins and significance of events. It originated in mid-sixties, while USA was involved in the Vietnam War. The revisionist approach puts blame for the cold War on the USA and its policies towards USSR. It also proposes the view that it was President Truman’s actions that caused the conflict. Revisionism contradicts the proposals of the traditionalism and its blame of the Soviet Union.
Examine the premises; do they contain fallacies? If so, where is the faulty reasoning? if you are unsure of the name of the fallacy, explain why you think the example you cite is a fallacy – that is, what is the faulty reasoning, or the unsound argument, or the misleading argument or statement? 4. Is this an argument from pathos, ethos or logos?
2. What is historiography? Historiography is the writing of history, such as a paper on theories, explanations, and events based on historical things. 3. What is “event history” or “history from above?” What is “history from below?” Compare/contrast the two and discuss how this may affect one’s perspective of history.
Analyzing Author Style Using Students will combine three sets of kernel sentences based on the first paragraph of Britt's writing. They will then Sentence Combining: compare their sentences to Britt's. The class will discuss what sentence combining strategy or strategies they used and observe how Britt varies her sentences. Cause and Effect Writing: Students examine the causes and effects presented in a brochure called "Ozone: The Good and the Bad." They
Basic Principles of the War Powers By Louis Fisher Article Review Abstract The article by Louis Fisher entitled Basic Principles of the War Powers examines the history and established regulation of war declaration under Article I of the United States Constitution. The framers of the Constitution of the United States specified that the executive power of war would be transferred to Congress as a measure to prevent the establishment of a monarchy form of government. After World War II, the power of Congress to grant war powers to the President has appeared circumvented because of conflicts in Korea and Vietnam without specific approval from Congress. The article by Louis Fisher outlines the power vested in Congress to grant war
1970’s Politics -Richard Nixon • president from 1969-1974 • resigned in 1974 because of the Watergate Scandal. • was responsible for the US's withdraw from Vietnam. • 1972, on June 19th, an announcement was made that the FBI would start investigating the Watergate break in. • January 5, 1972, President Nixon announced plans for the space shuttle program. Gerald Ford • -was in office from 1974-1977 and took over for Richard Nixon • -became the first President to not be elected.
Then Vietnam splits at the 17th parallel, France leaves and the U.S stays, JFK sends troops, LBJ then escalates war after JFK assassination, on July 1964 LBJ approved to attack on North Vietnam coast. On august 2, 1964, North Vietnam retailed and attacked U.S Maddox in the gulf of Tonkin. President Johnson then tells congress to pass the gulf of Tonkin resolution. It gave him the authorization to use military forces and send more troops. But it was not a declaration of war.
House of Representative Executive Document No. 5, suspension of the write of habeas corpus letter from the Attorney General, transmitting in answer to a resolution of the House of the 12th instant, and opinion relative to the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus. 12. Lincoln's Suspension of Habeas Corpus as Viewed by Congress Part 2, Sellery, George Bulletin of The University of Wisconsin 149, History Series, Vol. 1, 1907 13.