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Use this Discovering American History video entitled The Conservative Ascendancy 1980 to 1995 to study the development of a transnational America at the end of the Cold War and how in 1992, Democrats under Clinton recaptured the presidency by becoming more centrist themselves, but they were continually challenged by a resurgent New Right. Learn how economic competition with Europe and Pacific Rim nations replaced Cold War ideological struggles, but military problems would still remain in various areas, particularly the Middle East. Discover how Presidents Bush and Clinton would look for collective responses to international crises through the U.N. and other international organizations.

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