Ch 36: US History Since WWII

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This chapter clearly outlines U.S. history since WWII for easy understanding ahead of an important exam. Review these short lessons and self-assessment quizzes at your convenience on any mobile device or computer to ensure you're prepared to do your best on test day.

US History Since WWII - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, you'll find lessons on U.S. history since WWII. Brush up on topics such as the advance of science after the 1950s and the Cold War. After finishing this chapter, you should be ready to:

  • Detail the history of assembly lines
  • Outline developments since 1945 that have advanced science and technology
  • Explain science and technology in the U.S. in the 1950s
  • Discuss the causes and early events of the Cold War
  • Describe some political and social developments that have occurred since 1945

When you access this chapter, you'll find resources you can use at your own pace to review only the information you deem necessary. Each lesson is accompanied by a short, multiple-choice quiz that can help you identify areas that need additional attention. Help from one of our experts is available if needed; simply submit any questions that come up along the way through the Dashboard.

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