Historically, many Americans have feared communism. ... many Americans
became afraid that communism might spread to the United States and threaten
Apr 27, 2016 ... Americans have largely forgotten the anti-Communist sentiment from ... During
the April Democratic primary debate, the candidates were asked ...
In communist nations, people were not allowed to own land, follow their religious
beliefs, or speak and act freely. Americans were afraid that the Soviets would ...
In 1950, fewer than 50,000 Americans out of a total US population of 150 million
were members of the Communist Party. Yet in the late 1940s and early 1950s, ...
Dec 8, 2010 ... American History: Fear of Communism in 1920 Threatens Civil Rights ... Of
course, most people were honestly afraid of revolution. ... But as quickly as the
Red Scare swept across the country so, too, did it end in nineteen ...
(Communists were often referred to as “Reds” for their allegiance to the red
Soviet ... they were sufficiently loyal to the government, and the House Un-
May 5, 2015 ... Because they have been brainwashed into believing it is evil. The reality is that
even ... The educational system was better, crime was lower, jobs were
completely secure, a comfortable retirement was assured, the cost of living ...
Without getting into the capitalist/communist debate (i''m in the middle
somewhere), I think a ... Why were some countries in the west scared of
The so-called “Red Scare” refers to the fear of communism in the USA during the
... However many Americans were scared of the communists especially as they ...
While fear of communism was common in the 1920s, the Cold War with the
USSR solidified America's collective distrust and fear of communism. ...
Communist parties were becoming more popular, and many labor unions were
pushing for ...