Primarily: examinations, when we perform the bodily movement of writing it down; conversation, when we assert it to display our historical erudition; and political discourses, when we are engaged in showing what Soviet
government leads to.
With characteristic understatement, the socialist folk singer Pete Seeger observed that Reed "allowed the Soviets
to boost him to 'stardom' and found out too late what a trap that can be.
The group, which included Stephen Sachs, Graham Allison, Stanley Fischer, and Robert Black will, drew up what they termed a "grand bargain" which recommended granting the Soviets
$15 to $30 billion per year for several years.
Yugoslavia's Josef Tito, for example, inveigled America into giving him aid money, and then pointed to the American fleet just off his coast if the Soviets
thought about invading.
were allies of the United States in the war against Germany and Japan, but even before the war ended, Washington feared Soviet
ambitions in spreading Communism worldwide.
The Nazis had fled as the Soviets
approached, driving nearly 60,000 prisoners with them in a forced march that killed more than 15,000.
The thought that she would lose that freedom and everything she had thus far known as her life by 1939, when the Soviets
forcefully occupied the Baltic States--Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania--was incomprehensible, unimaginable.
began ambitious research programs and their submarine technology drew ahead even as the Americans diverted their attention to Vietnam.
Kalinin, nominal Head of State as Chairman of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee of Soviets
of the RSFSR, and often viewed as a "peasant" spokesman within the leadership.
had quite a capability to launch reconnaissance satellites to watch what was going on.
In January 1955 relations were broken off after the Soviets
criticized the Iraqi government's decision to join the Baghdad Pact.
The U-2, flown by Francis Gary Powers, was destroyed by the Soviets