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    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 “Red...
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  • Constitutional and Legal Issues
    CONSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL ISSUES * Numerous constitutional and legal issues divided Americans during the 1920’s -Several issues reflected the struggle between modern and traditional values and demonstrated how international affairs affect domestic policies and attitudes. -For...
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  • Hum/120 News Story
    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 the Red Scare had spread through the US. It...
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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 majority...
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  • Cultural Revolution of the 1920s
    The 1920's were times of cultural revolution. The times were changing in many different ways. Whenever the times change, there is a clash between the "old" and the "new" generations. The 1920's were no exception. In Dayton, Tennessee, 1925, a high school biology teacher was arrested. He was arrested...
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  • The First Red Scare
    began to focus more on domestic matters, the biggest issue being the fear of communism in the United States. 1919 Marked the beginning of the first Red Scare. This was a period of extreme fear of communism in America. One of the main missions of the Bolsheviks was to spread Communism around the world. Americans...
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  • History
    Pershing Wilson’s Fourteen Points Treaty of Versailles Henry Cabot Lodge Ch 19 Sec 4 influenza epidemic of 1918 Red Scare Palmer Raids Sacco & Vanzetti Election of 1920 Short Essays: 1) WhyCh 18 Sec 1 Reasons U.S. was imperialistic “White Man’s Burden” How U.S. annexed Hawaii Sanford...
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  • Red Scare
    as the Red Scare had spread through the US. It began in 1919 and ended in 1921. Red Scare was the label given to the actions of legislation, the race riots, and the hatred and persecution of "subversives" and conscientious objectors during that period of time. At the heart of the Red Scare was the...
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  • Red Scare
    States or it had seemed. An ideological war which prompted mass paranoia had caused, among many other things, what would be known as the Red Scare (****). The Red Scare was the label given to the actions of legislation, the race riots, and the hatred and persecution of "subversives" and conscientious objectors...
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  • 1920's
    anyone to teach theory of evolution 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...
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  • Red Scare
    Analysis of the Red Scare "The tumult and the shouting dies, The captains and the kings depart." -Kipling, The Recessional Mr. Kipling was wrong. War does not always end with the last cry on the battlefield. World War I certainly did not. After the war formally ended on November 18, 1918...
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  • becca
    1920s Study Guide 1. What is the Progressive movement? What was its main goal? The Progressive movement was a period of social and political reform. Its main goal was to eliminate class differences in the U.S. 2. What is a muckraker? Muckrakers were writers who exposed the evils in American...
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  • The Roaring 20's
    were The Red Scare, women’s right to vote, the great migration, immigration restrictions, nativism, race riots and the reemergence of the KKK. Other changes were the Harlem Renaissance, the stock market speculation and the stock market crash of 1929. The red scare took place between 1919 and 1920. It was...
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  • Was the Red Scare Credible?
    Was The Red Scare Credible? The ability to be a credible person can go a long way in a time of panic, which was the case with Senator Joseph McCarthy during the Red Scare in the 1950s. During that time Senator McCarthy made some accusations of people being communist that were for the most part believed...
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  • 1920s Essay
    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- Immigration...
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  • Chapter 31 Essential Questions
    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 struggling unions. Isolationist Americans had did not have a lot of hope in the 1920s. There began to be a large...
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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 of...
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  • Crucible Essay
    English Honors 11 31 October 2011 The Crucible Essay The Crucible by Arthur Miller reflects both the Salem Witch Trials of 1692 and Red Scare of the 1950’s. These reflect fears the people are faced with: communism and witchcraft. The fears of being communist or a witch seize the societal structures...
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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 organizing...
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  • Politics of the Roaring Twenties
    power, Communists would put an end to private property, substituting government ownership of factories, railroads, and other businesses. The Red Scare -Began in 1919, after the Bolsheviks overthrew the czarist regime in Russia. -Led by Vladimir Lenin. -A Communist Party formed in the US and...
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