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1. Asymmetric Conflict and the Cold War

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Speech: Harry S. Truman, “President Harry S. Truman’s Address Before a Joint Session of Congress, March 12, 1947” » Read

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Article: Andrew Mack, “Why Big Nations Lose Small Wars,” World Politics » Read

2. The Cold War at Home, Part I

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Speech: Margaret Chase Smith, Declaration of Conscience, 1950 » Read (requires password)

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Book Chapter: David Halberstam, Chapter 3, The Fifties » Read (requires password)

3. The Cold War at Home, Part II

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Book Chapter: Paul Robeson, “I Take My Stand,” Here I Stand » Read (requires password)

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Article: Barbara J. Beeching, “Paul Robeson and the Black Press: The 1950 Passport Controversy.” The Journal of African American History » Read

4. Cold War Censorship in Oklahoma

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Letter: “Letter from E.R. Christopher to Tom, August 17, 1950,” E.R. Christopher Collection, Box 13, Folder 2. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma » Read (requires password)

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Article: Louise S. Robbins, “Racism and Censorship in Cold War Oklahoma: The Case of Ruth W. Brown and the Bartlesville Public Library,” The Southwestern Historical Quarterly » Read