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This guide provides you with resources designed to assist you in finding information on the different aspects of US Foreign Policy since Vietnam.

 

Keywords and Subject Heading

One way to find materials is to search the library's Catalog, available at http://www.library.ncat.edu/. Searching the Catalog by keyword lets you search "like you would online". Searching by Subject is more focused, but you have to use specific terms called Subject Headings. Here are just a few possible Keywords and Subject Headings for searching your specific topics.

 

Subject Headings

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United States Foreign Relations Iran

Iran contra scandal

United States Foreign Relations Chile

Islamic Revolution 1979

United States Foreign Relations 20th Century Moral And Ethical Aspects

Oliver North

United States Foreign Relations 1953-1961

Foreign policy and Eisenhower

United States Foreign Relations 1961-1963

Foreign policy and Kennedy

United States Foreign Relations 1963-1969

Foreign policy and Johnson

United States Foreign Relations 1969-1974

Foreign policy and Nixon

United States Foreign Relations 1974-1977

Foreign policy and Ford

United States Foreign Relations 1977-1981

Foreign policy and Carter

United States Foreign Relations 1981-1989

Foreign policy and Reagan

United States Foreign Relations 1989-1993

Foreign policy and GHWBush

Iran Contra Affair 1985-1990

Moral Majority

United States Foreign Economic Relations

Salvadoran civil war

Iran Politics And Government 1941 1979 

Salvador Allende

 

Pinochet

 

 

      

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