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Guilty by Suspicion a Film of Turmoil After watching the film Guilty by Suspicion and reading historical information about the same era the Red Scare in the 1950s I am beginning to be disgusted with our so-called perfect America I know that this may be dissident and some people may consider that I am jumping to conclusions however I am not going to adhere to the atrocious reality of what America has turned out to be on several occasions The United States of America has been dubbed the land of the free but is all that just a sham to falsely glorify our own country in order to adopt preeminence over other countries I was educated for 11 years and am continuing my education for years to come and it is sad to see that so far into my education that I have just begun to realize that I have only learned what my country wants me to learn not what I could have learned Time has shown that those who are the winners of that historical event write history if you can really call them winners after killing so many people to reach to a goal that seems void once they attain it Tell me is it worth fighting for the people if all the people had to be killed in order to succeed in reaching your goals There are very few sources of information about our history that condemn American actions In the film I just watched it didnt force me to believe what they were trying to portray the film had only helped me envision that our country is not exactly the sensation that we have come to adopt under a blanket of deception History has not been my favorite subject throughout my education I cannot slap a reason on why I do not like it it may be the fault of my teachers or that I
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