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THE COLD WAR AT HOME Fear of the Reds
Loyalty Review Board 1947 by Truman Federal Employee Loyalty Program & Loyalty Review Board Dismiss disloyal employees 1947-1951 investigated 3.2 million people
House of Un-American Activities (HUAC) Investigate Communist Influence 1947 Investigated movie industry Sneaking propaganda in movies
Hollywood Ten 10 men Refused to testify Believed hearings were unconstitutional Sent to prison
Hollywood Blacklist By Hollywood executives List of people condemned for Communist background 500 actors, writer, producers, directors Could no longer work Careers ruined
Alger Hiss 1948 Accused of spying for the Soviets Sent to prison for perjury
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg 1950 Implicated in Klaus Fuchs case Accused and convicted of espionage Sentenced to death
Joseph McCarthy Sen. from Wisconsin Communists were taking over the government Unsupported accusations
McCarthyism Footage of McCarthyism https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnUf30oefQw He may be a Communist if… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWeZ5SKXvj8
COLD WAR CHAPTER 18 SECTION 3. Communist Domination Soviet control in Eastern Europe Communist take over in China 100,000 Americans claimed membership.
The Cold War at Home: The Second Red Scare. 1949: Anxiety over Communism 3/49: Soviet Union detonated an atomic bomb China: had been locked in a civil.
Cold War Conflicts The Cold War at Home. Fear of Communism Concern for security of the United States against communism About 100,000 Americans claimed.
18.3: The Cold War at Home. Fear of Communist Influence USSR domination in Eastern Europe Communist takeover in China During WWII, 80,000 Americans claimed.
The Cold War at Home Ch 18 Sec 3. I. Fear of Communist Influence A. Loyalty Review Board 1. Investigate federal employees. 2. Find out who was disloyal.
Unit 9 Day 4 (Red Scare and Spies) Quote: “I have no names to give. I'm innocent.” - Ethel Rosenberg Focus Question(s): How does fear drive individual.
The Cold War at Home HUAC Blacklisting McCarthyism.
November 12, 2010 Why were Americans worried about the security of the U.S.? – The Hollywood Ten – Alger Hiss – Ethel and Julius Rosenburg Homework: Section.
McCarthyism: Reds in America. Loyalty Review Board Truman’s response to Republican claims he was soft on communists Board was to determine if any.
Gaby Duva, Sarah Gould, Colby Goldschmied During the late 1940s and early 1950s, fear of communism led to reckless charges against innocent citizens.
The Cold War at Home US History B Post WW II Strikes War ends – Workers demand raises of up to 30% To match invlation 113 day GM strike.
Fear of Communism Spreading to America In the early years of the Cold War, many Americans believed that the security of the U.S. was at risk. Communism.
The Cold War at Home Part 13. Many Americans felt threatened by the rise of Communist governments in Europe and Asia.
Bell Quiz 1) Read Page 617 of the textbook “Loyalty Review Board” and “The House Un-American Activities Committee.” 2) Then analyze the political cartoon.
The Cold War at Home Chapter Main idea: During the late 1940s and early 1950s, fear of communism led to reckless charges against innocent citizens.
McCarthyism. Fear of Communist Influence in the United States Early in the Cold War, many Americans believed that Communism could strike at home. Reasons:
18.3 THE COLD WAR AT HOME. FEAR OF COMMUNIST INFLUENCE At the height of World War II, about 80,000 Americans claimed membership in the Communist Party.
US History II – Chapter 26 Cold War Conflicts Section 3 – The Cold War at Home.
The Cold War at Home. A.Fear of Communism – the Red Scare.
Objectives TLW… 1.Describe government efforts to investigate the loyalty of Americans. 2.Describe the efforts of Senator Joseph McCarthy to investigate.
Red Scare. What is the Red Scare? Back in the United States, people were starting to fear that Communism had made it home. The U.S. discovered that the.
The Cold War At Home Chapter Fear of Communist Influence In the early years of the Cold War, many Americans believed that there was good reason.
Fear of Communist Influence In the early years of the Cold War, many American’s were concerned about the security of the U.S. due to the Soviet domination.
The Second Red Scare The fear of communism in the U.S. after WWII.
The Cold War At Home Chapter 18 – Section 3. Reasons for American Fear Following WWII, Americans had many reasons to fear Communist take over of America:
CHAPTER 26.3 The Cold War at Home. Fear of Communism Red Scare #2 March 1947, Federal Employee Loyalty Program Loyalty review board, are you loyal to.
SECTION 3: THE COLD WAR AT HOME At the height of WWII, about 80,000 Americans claimed membership in the Communist Party Some feared that the first loyalty.
Chapter 18 Section 3 The Cold War at Home. Brainstorm? Have you ever been in a situation where you were presumed guilty until you proved your innocence?
The Red Scare What led to the Red Scare? 1.Growth of Communism in the United States 2.Increased Soviet Power in Eastern Europe 3.Communist governments.
THE 2nd RED SCARE & McCARTHYISM CHAPTER 26, SECTION 3.
The Truman Years The Age of Suspicion 25.3.
The Cold War at Home. Fear of Communist Influence With the Great Depression – tens of thousands of Americans joined the Communist Party. After FDR ’ s.
The Cold War at Home Section 2-3. Fear of Communist Influence In the early years of the Cold War, many Americans believed that there was good reason to.
The “Red” Scare McCarthyism in the 40’s and 50’s.
Chapter 18 Section 3 The Cold War at Home. Fear of Communist Influence Many Americans concerned about security of the US Domination of Eastern Europe.
The Red Scare. In 1947, the Truman Administration, under pressure from Republican critics, set up a Loyalty Review Board to investigate the background.
18 – 3 The Cold War at Home. Fear of Communist Influence Why were Americans worried about the security of the U.S.? What was the purpose of the Loyalty.
COLD WAR CONFLICTS U.S vs. U.S.S.R.. Learning Objectives: Section 3 - The Cold War at Home 1. Describe government efforts to investigate the loyalty of.
The cold war at home May 1, 2014 Note Packet C. The fear of communist began before the US entered WW2 House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC, 1938)
America During the Cold War The Red Scare McCarthyism.
Communists in America What happens during the “Red Scare”?
11/09 Bellringer 5+ sentences The Berlin Wall was built in 1961 to keep citizens of East Germany from fleeing to the West. What does it say about a country.
By: Jessie Gatfield, Bela Farinella, Cassie Ellis, and Erin Fretheim 18.3 The Cold War At Home.
Cold War at Home Atmosphere of fear is created in US by events at home and abroad 1947, Truman creates the Loyalty Review Board to check all government.
The Second Red Scare Essential Question: What were the causes and effects of the Red Scare in the U.S.?
The Cold War at Home Chapter 18 Section 3. Fear of Communism In 1947 President Truman set up the Federal Employee Loyalty program. The purpose of this.
The Cold War at Home…. Communism Write down some ideas of why you think Americans were so afraid of communism… Ideological struggle for world influence/power.
12 – 4 The Cold War at Home Lesson Objective: Focus on how fear of communism in the U.S. affected all facets of American society during the Cold War.
The Cold War at Home Chapter 18 Section 3. Today’s Understanding: Fear of communism led to an array of controversies in the United States. Essential Understanding.
18.2 Critical Thinking 1. Why were Americans worried about the security of the US? Soviet control of Eastern Europe & Communist takeover of China created.
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