Need History Help (in Off-topic)
September 18 2006 2:51 PM EDT
Ok i need some help with my history hw which is due tomorrow. i have one of the hardest history teachers in the whole skool. we dont have a book or anything. so as class was ending he gave us our hw thats due tomorrow. the hw is: "What is sphere of influence" and "how did it effect the U.S and soviet relations"
i find the first part but i cant find anything about the second part.
September 18 2006 2:55 PM EDT
sphere of influence: then countries set up trading ports in other countries (mostly china and japan) for exclusive trading rights with that country (I believe, hopefully that matches your answer). How it affected US + Soviet relations: I really don't remember learning about this.
Do kids even have to do homework any more?
That another good reason to drag my (very theoretical) kids along with me into a luddite dream world...
Wikipedia for the win!
I think it's great that you post on a message board your desire to live in a luddite world.
/me goes looking for a knife within a pile of 10,000 spoons...:)
September 18 2006 3:42 PM EDT
Bast i found that site but i dont see where it really talks about how it effected the relationship between U.S and Soviet Union. All i seen is that they both had sphere of influence by each other. ex: U.S had western europe and north korea and Soviet union had eastern europe and south korea.
September 18 2006 3:45 PM EDT
Once you know "sphere of influence", you can make up pretty much anything about the second part. Here's a hint: U.S./Soviet relations (otherwise known as the "Cold War" involved a LOT of the world. US and Soviet respective spheres of influences were large enough such that the Cold War affected most of the planet (including the "brinkmanship" threat of nuclear war.
*cough* proxy war *cough*
September 18 2006 4:13 PM EDT
thank you everyone
So the longer answer to Novice's question probably involves "reading comprehension skillzorz".
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