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  • Communist Countries
    369 words
    There are many factors, which influenced the United States into changing their foreign policy during the early years of the Cold War. These adaptations they made were intended to further protect the American way of life. New technology and ideologies brought about new threats that had never been dealt with before. Change was necessary to protect against these new concepts. The introduction of the atomic bomb prompted United States officials to try to regulate its development in foreign "unstable...
  • Nations Feelings Toward Communists
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    RED SCARE One evening in 1950 a Houston couple entered a Chinese restaurant. The woman, a radio writer, wanted the proprietors help in producing a program on recent Chinese history. Overhearing their conversation, a nearby man rushed out, phoned the police, and informed them that people were "talking Communism". The couple was immediately arrested and jailed for 14 hours before the police concluded they had no case. At about the same time a policeman in Wheeling, West Virginia, discovered some p...
  • Indochina For Its European Communist Containment Policy
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    Few events of the twentieth century have been as ideologically charged as America's involvement in Vietnam. The Vietnam experience has had a long lasting effect on American foreign policy to this day. The study of the United State's involvement in Vietnam involves the examination of many issues, since the conflict and American involvement in it had spanned the better part of thirty years. However, it is the aim of this essay to show how America's internal and external fear of Communism caused it...
  • Fall Of McCarthy People And Countries
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    McCarthyism and its Effects on America McCarthyism not only destroyed the lives and careers of many Americans but also the innocent image of the country. Senator Joe McCarthy from Wisconsin was the same as any man. But when he cried Communism the world seemed to listen. Following the Cold War between Russia and the United States there came many hardships, such as unemployment and high inflation. These hardships produced a restless society. The society then looked for something or someone to blam...
  • Ambitious And Strongest Anti Communist Americans America
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    Poli Sci 2304 Prof. Linehan What Senator Joseph McCarthy has taught me about Politics, America and Myself. Senator Joseph McCarthy was one of the most relentless, ambitious, and strongest anti-Communist Americans America has ever seen. America in the state of panic it was in formed the House Un-American Activities Committee, which was overshadowed by McCarthy alone. His Allegations cost people their job, families, lively hood, and anything that mean anything to them. Joseph loved his country and...
  • Knowledgeable On The Politics Of McCarthyism
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    Historical Investigation A) Plan of Investigation: This investigation seeks to evaluate the extent to which anti-communist policies affected American society during the 1950's. The main focus of this investigation in on the effect of the accusations made by Senator Joseph McCarthy, that communists were posing a threat against the American way of life. The laws and policies implemented during this time will be researched and analysed for their impact on the everyday life of the American people. T...

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