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The research topic I had chosen was the Red Scare I had chose this topic because this was a very important time in American History During this time people were very scared of what they did not know and they were terrified for that reason They were scared of really nothing because the Red Scare was basically a time of free opinion to me Many people were hurt and killed for expressing their mind and it devastated their friends and families Another reason I chose this topic is because it happened right after World War 1 and that was really the first big was for America as a whole The Red Scare had begun at about 1919 shortly after WW1 The Red Scare was a nationwide fear of communists socialists anarchists and other people who did not seem patriotic During this time a new wave of bombings had struck eight cities These bombs were intended mainly for political figures The bombs had either been set of simultaneously or they were hand delivered Anarchists who had set off the bombs believed in no type of government and thought that everyone was equal They had intended these bombs for political figures because they had had control of the people and the public which the anarchists disbelieved in Many Americans had hated immigrants because of the Red Scare The reason for hating immigrants was because they were mainly the people who were anarchists and socialists The American people did not want them here and because of this reason many immigrants were deported back home If the immigrants were lucky to stay it was so difficult for them to get a job and if they did the salary was low and it was barely enough to support their family The workers had no choice but to stay in work Innocent immigrants had hated this but could
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