• Bullying
    Red Scare Brianna Piper April, 16th 2013 I.Leading Up To the Red Scare A. Communism in America during 1920’s 1. “Reds” was the name given to the Russians because of allegiance to the red Soviet flag. 2. People feared communists, anarchists, socialists, and other dissidents which is where the...
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  • Constitutional and Legal Issues
    . -For some Americans these tensions took the form of nativism, racism, and intolerance of differences in religion and politics. THE RED SCARE * In the 1920’s, the Red Scare and the Ku Klux Klan threatened the civil liberties of some Americans -The period of general fear of communists is known as...
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  • Hum/120 News Story
    News Story Tajanae Kane HIS/120 March 9, 2013 Elizabeth Jewell Red Scare  Now that the war is was finally over. The last cry of help has been heard and peace was supposedly coming to the United States. Was this information wrong? An ideological war, which prompted mass paranoia known as...
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  • The Red Scare
    The Red Scare (1919-1920) Thesis Statement: Did you know The “Red Scare” refers to the time where the fear of radicalism (especially Bolshevism)large number of strikes and bombings resulted in street violence and government crackdowns on suspected radicals. Describing The Red Scare: The...
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  • The First Red Scare
    Scare was fear of an event taking place, a communist revolution and over throw of our government. Palmer had predicted a revolution to begin in May 1920. When this revolution didn't happen the Red Scare had lost its driving force. Palmer lost the support of the people and the government began to...
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  • Red Scare
    deportations. Even though everyone opposed his actions, he still had the dream of running for president. But He was never nominated. By 1920, the Red Scare, was disappearing and by 1921 it was virtually gone. The Red Scare was a product of World War I and anti-liberalism. Attorney Palmer didn't...
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  • Cultural Revolution of the 1920s
    communism during the 1920's. The Red Scare became like a witch-hunt. Everyone was suspicious of each other. U. S. Attorney-General Palmer planned a round up of communists. January 2, 1920, he ordered department raids on meeting halls and homes in thirty cities nationwide to gather all suspected...
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  • History Chapter 32
    1. What brought about the Red scare in the US? What effect did it have? * Fears still existed of red Russia years after the Bolshevik revolution of 1917 * Started a Communist party in America * At the end of the war an epidemic of strikes resulted in high prices and frustrated union...
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  • 1920's
    Prosecution: William Jennings Bryan, firm believer in fundamentalist Christianity Scopes convicted and fined Red Scare Promotion of fear of potential rise of communism Race riots erupted in more than 25 cities Led by Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer Ordered Palmer Raids Discouraged many...
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  • Red Scare
    opposition to his actions, Palmer still aspired to the office of the Presidency. He was never nominated. By 1920, the Red Scare was dying down, and by 1921 it was virtually dead. It is obvious that the Red Scare was a product of World War I and the anti-liberalism that ensued on the...
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    between the rich and the poor. 13. What examples from the 1920s illustrate a shift in thinking from traditional values to a changing lifestyle? a. Scopes Trial b. Prohibition c. Behavior of the Flappers 14. What was the Red Scare? Why did we have it? The Red Scare was a fear by the...
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  • The First Red Scare
    Many historians have examined the post-war Red Scare in 1919-1920, but few have explored the continued influence of the anti-red hysteria throughout the 1920s. This second Red Scare was generally more specific in its victimization, targeting mainly the women's peace movement. This opposition to...
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  • Crucible Essay
    structures of the population and the people became paranoid. The persecution of people leads to mass hysteria and the deaths of many innocent people. The Red Scare and the Salem Witch Trials express fear and guilty until proven innocent in The Crucible. The Red Scare in the 1920’s where people feared...
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  • Chapter 31 Essential Questions
    Chapter 31 Essential Questions 1. How and why did America turn toward domestic isolation and social conservatism in the 1920s? Americans turned toward domestic isolation and social conservatism in the 1920s because of the red scare. Many people used the red scare to break the backs of all...
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  • Notes
    domino effect that ended with and lead to the great depression. Paragraph 1: The Red Scare, xenophobia, and return to normalcy In the early 1920s, people were scared of communism and outside influences coming into the USA, this is known as the Red Scare. People thought that foreigners would...
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  • Politics of the Roaring Twenties
    government. *Sacco and Vanzetti- although short-lived, the red scare had people suspicions of foreigners and immigrants. These were two of the most famous victims. -In May 1920 the men (both Italian) were arrested and charged with robbery and murder of a factory paymaster and his guard in MA...
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  • 1920s Essay
    how the fallacy of these two issues was brought to light.(6a) 2. Red Scare- The U.S. experienced inflation at the end of WWI and this inflation resulted in riots and a. What main ideas prompted the Red Scare? b. Compare and contrast the Red Scare with Social Darwinism. (6a) 3. Immigration...
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  • Was the Red Scare Credible?
    proof to back up his accusations as opposed to someone that is not known to the public that is accusing people of being communist. The Red Scare was very prominent in the 1920s and as well as in the 1950s in America. Also, it was an unfair occurrence in the sense that no one ever had a fair chance to...
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  • To What Extent Was America An Intolerant Society During The 1920'S
    of Species. This showed America to be a rather intolerant society because of religious beliefs. The Red Scare also showed America to be a very intolerant society as the government arrested many immigrants as people believed that they may bring socialist and anti-capitalist ideas with them which were...
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  • APUSH Notes: Chapter 31
    SEEING RED -As communism swept through Russia, there was a fear that labor unions were influenced by the Bolsheviks - “Red Scare” of 1919-1920 (1st Red Scare) * Crusade led by Attorney General Mitchell Palmer against the suspected communists * Thousands of Americans were arrested *Impact...
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