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Workshop 8
Lectures & Activities

List of Transcripts, Activities, and Reflections

This workshop explores the chain of events set in motion by the U.S. policy of containment in Korea.

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Transcripts:

Lecture Transcript One: Korea and the Cold War
Lecture Transcript Two: Lessons Learned from Korea

Activities:

Activity One: Should U.S. Military Forces Be Sent to Korea?
Activity Two: Final Thoughts on Korea and the Cold War

Reflections:

Reflection One: Should U.S. Military Forces Be Sent to Korea?

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