Unlike factory or shipyard work, for which there was a masculine precedent prior to the Rosie the Riveter-era of feminism, there was no set computing culture prior to the beginning of the Cold War because the industry did not exist. What changed?
The development of modern data-collection technology enabled scientists, politicians, and historians alike to employ quantitative methods in historical analyses—and allowed them to purposely shape the Cold War narrative.
During the Cold War, was the United States government was able to dissuade the American public into believing in a “safe” atomic bomb?
"Typically, sports provide an outlet for society to escape political pressures. However, the United States’ triumph over the Soviet Union in men’s hockey during the 1980 Winter Olympics seemingly had the opposite effect."
"For many Americans, the technological leaps made during the Cold War have become synonymous with the Space Race. But an almost forgotten effort involved collaborations from around the globe."