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2. Production of the hydrogen bomb, Jan 31
a. Truman sends air force and navy personnel to Korea after North Korea invades the South; ground forces are deployed three days later. June 27
b. Assassination attempt on President Truman by Puerto Rican nationalist's era of McCarthyism begins. Nov 1
(1) President Harry Truman authorizes U.S. troops to aid South Korean Troops. June 26
(2) Truman the National Security Act, creating, among other things, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
1. Joseph McCarthy claims many in federal government are government are communists his speech ushers in four years of red-baiting later known as the McCarthy era.
2. McCarthy almost casually mentioned that there were communists in the State Department and that they controlled U.S. Foreign policy.
A. Korean War begins when North Korean Communitst forces invade South Korea.
1. Communists in China, War in Korea
2. Chinese troops attack UN forces in Korea
a. Truman sends air force and navy per
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Eng 11/12 I. Government A. Harry Truman 1, Senator Joseph McCarthy, Kenneth Shadrick, Mary McCarthy, Puerto Rican, George Bernard Shaw, Ernest Hemingway, Cecil Frank Powell, Ray Bradbury, Paul Bowles, Schulz, George Orwell, Col. David C. Schilling, Otto Diels, Wallace Stevens, Richard Lawler, Asa Yoelson,
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