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Use this American History and US Foreign Policy video entitled Burden of Responsibility 1945 to 1953 to study the world leadership role exercised by the United States in the aftermath of World War 2, including the implications of atomic power, the motives and impact of the Marshall Plan, and American involvement in NATO and the Korean War.

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U.S. Foreign Policy: Burden of Responsibility 1945-1953 video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • The History of Foreign Policy in The United States. Learn about U.S. Foreign Policy and The Burden of Responsibility from 1945 to 1953. Chart the United States' involvement in world affairs from the 1930's to the Kennedy administration.
  • Trace the course of U.S. foreign policy from the nation's isolationism during the depression era to the administration of John F. Kennedy, the first American president to focus entirely on foreign affairs in his inaugural address.
  • Survey the events leading to U.S. involvement in World War 2.
  • Examine the world leadership role exercised by the United States in the aftermath of World War 2, including the implications of atomic power, the motives and impact of the Marshall Plan, and American involvement in NATO and the Korean War.
  • Understand the origins and far-reaching implications of the cold war, and the policies by which the United States sought to contain communism and maintain a balance of power with the Soviet Union.
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