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THE RED SCARE ESSAY As the 20th century has come to a close it is time for all of us to recognize the great events of our American history Well as we reflect upon it the United States became a world power technology evolved in a rapid pace and all sorts of boundaries were broken and new ones set for USA When people generally reflect upon the United States revolutionary periods they immediately think of the 1960s and 1970s but one period of time that does not immediately approach the mind is the period after World War 1 In this duration of time the populace especially the youth started to revolutionize their life styles and did not do things for the sake of tradition With jazz and other Dixie land trends spreading all over the United States America the youth became much more rebellious and thought of better ways of running their lives and tried influencing their beliefs on others One set of beliefs that failed to pass throughout the US was the idea of USSRs government comm unism Communism was a type of government that supported the ideas of making everybody absolutely equal This lead up to the Red Scare The red scare was the period where America became afraid of the practice of a Communism after it took over the Russian government The red scare was an interesting phenomenon which happened twice in America It struck for the first time from 1919 - 1921 First period of red scare began in June 1919 when the newly appointed US attorney general A Mitchel Palmer was waken up by the explosion on his door steps The bomber probably tripped over something and blew up himself After it emerged that the bombs have exploded on the doorsteps of other high-ranking government officials in at least 8 more cities the first red scare began throughout the country The next days New York Times newspaper reported
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