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Thesis The Red Scare of the 1950s caused a massive movement for the people of that time period I Introduction II The Basis of Communisim A Communisim Defined B Political Aspects 1 Communist associations 2Communist fears C Physical Aspects 1 Incidents 2 Blacklisting III Propaganda A Recruitment B The Red Scare 1 Communist propaganda 2 Anti-communist defenses IV Leaders in the movement-McCarthy A Obsessions 1 The conspiracy 2 Focus on his campaign B Accusations 1 Alger Hiss 2 Owen Lattimore V The Cold War A Conflict with Russia 1 Destruction of atomic weapons 2 War in Greece 3 Failure to adopt Marshall Plan B European Recovery 1 European Recovery Program 2 Increase in trade VI Protection A US Defenses 1 New Weapons 2 New Technology B Punishments VII What was Learned A More tolerance B Less hate C Comparisons between the Fifties and now 1 Understanding 2 Lessons VIII Conclusions America Land of the free and the home of the brave This famous expression has been used numerous times throughout history even scoring a line in our countrys national anthem But in our high-tech socety many Americans can not even understand what our forefathers went through to achieve this American dream People do not even grasp the concept of what it has taken to keep the freedom of this country ringing Place youself in the footsteps of the average American of the 1950s dealing with the Russian threat of communist rule and the fear of being taken over an opposite world power Post World War II struggles make it hard for anyone to get by and each coming day leads to another unpredictable twist for the country in which you reside The powerful threat of communisim which came to be known as the Red Scare is the basis of all of the
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