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16 October, 10:38

Drag the Cold War policies to categorize them as from [Reagan's administration] or from [previous administrations]. Each category will contain two examples.

-resumed positive relations with china and other nations with communist histories

-called the soviet union an "evil empire" that was still aggressive

-used brinksmanship or policy in which the united states pushed a dangerous issue looking for the best outcome for its side

-opposed the spread of communism in latin america by supporting other leaders

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  1. 16 October, 11:08
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    Reagan: called the soviet union an 'evil empire and opposed the spread of communism in latin america.

    John F. Kennedy pushed a dangerous issue (cuban missile crisis)

    Richard Nixon resumed positive relations with china.

    Explanation:

    I recall vividly the cold war rhetorics by Reagan (evil empire was one) in the 80s when the European continent was stuffed like a pig with nuclear missiles. I also happen to recall the electoral defeat or military coups that left-wing parties, seen by the Reagan administration as die-hard communists, suffered in Central America.

    It was John F. Kennedy who played a dangerous Russian Roulette game, with the world at stake, in the cuban missile crisis of 1962.

    And last but not least, it was Richard Nixon who resumed relations with China in 1972 when he visited the country and had a chat with Mao Zedong.
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