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"Before we continue our history lesson, I'd like to mention what is recently occurring. The Soviet Union and the U.S. are in a nuclear arms race. Meaning, the two nations are attempting to be the first to make a nuclear bomb."
"To protect civilians, like you, the government established the Civil Defense Administration and a schools such as this one, we will start having "Duck and Cover" drills."
"What is the Civil Defense Administration?"
"What's a "Duck and Cover" drill?"
"The Civil Defense Administration was created by the government to prepare people for future nuclear attacks by the Soviets."
"We will start having "Duck and Cover" drills where we will hide under desks and cover out heads in case of a surprise nuclear bomb attack."
"On TV, if you already haven't seen the short film "Duck and Cover", the cartoon character Bert the Turtle is trying to influence families to create a shelter for protect in an entertaining way."
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