What Are The Causes Of The Red Scare

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The Red Scare was held in the United States. It was a nationwide fear of socialists, communists, anarchists, and other dissident that grabbed the American psyche in the 1919. The United States was in fear. People went to jail for their expressing views. There were many Americans that feared the Bolshevik-style and the revolution was at hand. The early 1920s the fear started to dissipate like it was as it quickly began and Red Scare was finally over. Armistice was executed in 1918 and there were nine million people that worked in the industries in the war, as the four million people that didn’t were serving in the army. When the war was over these people were left with no jobs at all. The war industries had no contracts and the unrest increased. There were two main Unions/Socialist groups that stood out at the time of the International Workers of the World. The two groups were known well for their objectors to World War I, and to many Americans. It led them open for attack and any activity was suspicious.…show more content…
there were five hijackers that crashed American Airlines Flight 11 into the northern side World Trade Center, and at 9:03 a.m. there were another five hijackers that crashed a second plane which was United Aline Flight 175 that they crashed into the south tower. At 9:37 a.m. there were another five hijackers that flow the American Aline Flight 77 into the Pentagon. The United Airline Flight 93 was the fourth plane which four hijackers which had people believing that the hijackers were trying to crash the plane into White House. The passengers fought with the four hijackers to gain control back over the plane after hearing about the other three flights that crashed into three other buildings, but they crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, in the southeast of Pittsburg. The (FAA) Federal Aviation Administration held all aircrafts grounded within the continental U.S. and any aircrafts that were flying were told to land
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