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Tips for writing interview questions Examining the Cold War. Your subject is not a text book. Tailor your questions to your subject. Ask open-ended questions. Write questions to help people remember what might be a very long time ago…. Be sensitive. Don’t forget to do a short “pre-interview”.

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Be sensitive
Be sensitive long time ago…

Sample questions
Sample questions long time ago…

  • What were you doing when you heard the news that JFK had been shot?

  • How did you feel as you watched the coverage of the Berlin Wall falling?

  • What did you think of President Reagan? Was he really as popular as history describes? Do you recall the “evil empire” speech?

  • Do you remember seeing and hearing people talk about the Vietnam War? How did you feel about the way that it ended?

  • How did you feel about President Nixon and his administration?

Your interview questions that you plan to ask are due next Friday

  • Only the questions are due; not the answers

  • No late work on this…we have a strict timeline!