Joseph Raymond "Joe" McCarthy (November 14, 1908 – May 2, 1957) was an
American .... Senator McCarthy's first three years in the Senate were
unremarkable. ... McCarthy experience...
(D) Eisenhower pursued a reckless national security policy of militarily ... true
about the rise and fall of the anticommunist crusader Senator Joseph McCarthy
EXCEPT. (A) Senator McCarthy first rose to national prominence by publicly
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bencher Republican Senator from Wisconsin named Joseph McCarthy first rose
to national prominence by proclaiming in a speech that he had a list of ...
"Senator McCarthy died yesterday in Washington," wrote the English newspaper
.... I first encountered them growing up as a teenager in Wisconsin. .... West
Virginia, speech and launched himself into national prominence, nearly half of all
.... to "lace curtain Irish," which John Kennedy's mother Rose Fitzgerald
Joseph McCarthy's detractors used to enjoy noting the irony that one of the worst
... He rose to national prominence during the Great Depression upon the strength
of his ... Despite his maverick ways, Young Bob was one of the Senate's most ...
During his first two terms in the Senate McClellan generally supported ... During
the 1950s, McClellan rose to national prominence for his opposition to the ...
used by Senator joseph r. mccarthy in investigating alleged Communist
Joseph McCarthyUnited States senator ... He rose to prominence in February
1950 when his public charge—in a speech given in Wheeling, West Virginia—
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In many respects this first "Red Scare" was quite different from the one that would
.... CP membership in Washington state rose, but never again reached the
plateau of .... its containment policy also allowed Senator Joseph McCarthy to
rise to power. In February 1950 McCarthy catapulted himself to national
prominence by ...
Eisenhower was the first of the College's presidents to be well-known outside the
..... Expenditures for organized research rose from $4.8 million in 1949-50 to $6.5
... its prominence to the Ordnance Research Laboratory, whose expenditures ......
to this highly volatile atmosphere was Wisconsin Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, ...
Detail the impact of McCarthyism after the Senator faded from the national scene.
... Senator Joseph McCarthy's techniques were such that very few Americans
were .... Senator Robert Kennedy rose to prominence as a leading member of the
..... In the meantime, he accepted a position as the NAACP's first field secretary in