Works Cited
Primary Sources
McFadden, Robert D. "Cheers Resound Across Nation." New York Times 23 Feb. 1980. Print. This primary source provided us with excellent information about the Miracle On Ice, particularly the American people's feelings after the game.

"YouTube - Miracle on Ice." YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Coolmac1367, 1 Mar. 2006. Web. 27 Feb. 2011. <>. This primary source was a video of the last 15 seconds of the Miracle on Ice game.

"YouTube - Reagan - Tear Down This Wall." YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Web. 27 Jan. 2011. <>. This primary source video of Ronald Reagan challenging Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall was a major turning point in the Cold War. This was one of the major pieces of information in one of our subtopics.

"1980 Miracle On Ice USA Hockey Team." Minnesota Fun Facts. 2011. Web. 21 Feb. 2011. <>. This site gave a very good picture of the miracle on ice team after they beat the Soviets.

Courtney, David. "WORLD EVENTS AND THE YEAR 1965."Http:// - Music of India. Web. <>.This primary source gave a good picture of a protest of the Vietnam War in Washington, D.C.

"Millions Celebrate Lousy Construction of Berlin Wall." Scrape TV. Web. <>.This primary source gave a picture of the Berlin Wall falling.

"Lorton Station Elementary School." FCPS Home Page Redirect Page. Lorton Station Elementary School. Web. 15 Mar. 2011. <>.This primary sources gave a picture of the NHD theme.

"You Shut up Randy Levine! - Reagan-esque Message to Bud Selig: 'Tear down This Wall!'"The Shots Heard Around The World: Sports. Web. 15 Mar. 2011. <>.This primary source gave a good picture of Ronald Reagan giving a speech in front of the Berlin Wall.

Secondary Sources
Allen, Kevin. "ESPN Classic - College Kids Perform Olympic Miracle." ESPN: The Worldwide Leader In Sports. Web. 27 Jan. 2011. <>. This secondary source website informed us about the 1980 US Olympic men's hockey
team, which won the Miracle On Ice.

"Detente." United States History. Web. 14 Jan. 2011. <>. Specifically, this secondary source gave me information about the Cold War of 1970-1980, aka the 'Period of Detente'. Events such as the Watergate Scandal, and Nixon's regime in general were key points in our website.

"Fall of Communism." We used this secondary source in our conclusive suptopic, which regarded the fall of Communism in Russia in the late 1980's.

" World History Study Guide - 17.6 The Period of Détente (1970 - 1980)." Free Book Notes,Study Guides,Chapter Summary,Online,Download Booknotes. Web. 14 Jan. 2011. <>. I used this secondary source to gain some background information regarding the Cold War between 1970-1990. This source informed me about some of the major events in that time period.

" - History of Ice Hockey - Page 1 of 2." - Sports Field & Court Dimensions Diagrams, History, Rules and How To Information. Web. 27 Jan. 2011. <>. This secondary source website was a great help in finding information about the Miracle on Ice hockey game, which was the main focus of my outline.