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One-Day Seminar: Détente and the Later Cold War hosted by the Arizona Dept. of Education (Phoenix, AZ)

September 11 @ 8:20 am - 2:45 pm

The foundations of the Cold War were laid, it can be argued, as World War 2 was only just beginning, and the decades-long conflict evolved over time, changing in form and impact. During the later 1960s and into the early 1980s, one major era of the Cold War, that of detente between the Superpowers came, became the new normal, and then was challenged and discarded, setting the stage for the end of the conflict in the 20th Century. Join with teachers from across the Phoenix area to discuss these events through a collection of primary documents.

You can also download a free PDF copy of TAH.org’s new Cold War Core Documents Collection, as a supplement to this program.

Discussion Leader: Gregory Schneider, Emporia State University


Registration: 8:00 am

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Date:
September 11
Time:
8:20 am - 2:45 pm
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Arizona

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