Essay on Bullying: Anti-communism in the United States and Scare Brianna Piper

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Red Scare
Brianna Piper
April, 16th 2013
I.Leading Up To the Red Scare
A. Communism in America during 1920’s
1. “Reds” was the name given to the Russians because of allegiance to the red Soviet flag.
2. People feared communists, anarchists, socialists, and other dissidents which is where the “Red Scare” comes from.
3. The fear increased when a series of strikes occurred in 1919
B. Bombing Campaign
1. People tried killing American General A. Mitchell Palmer
a) 6,000 communists were arrested
2. Nicola Sacco and Bartolommeo Vanzetti two of the people arrested was sentenced to 7 yrs. in prison
II.Labor Day
A. Palmer Raid claimed that Labor Day would bring massive demonstrations also known as “May Day”
1. America was anxiously afraid as the day approached
a) His predictions had no evidence
(1) Palmer’s standing began to decline rapidly
(2) People believed he made the “May Day” plan up to gain democratic presidential nominations
III.The Red Scare Ended
A. The Red Scare ended in the mid- 1920’s
Red Scare
Brianna Piper
April, 16th 2013
I.Leading Up To the Red Scare
A. Communism in America during 1920’s
1. “Reds” was the name given to the Russians because of allegiance to the red Soviet flag.
2. People feared communists, anarchists, socialists, and other dissidents which is where the “Red Scare” comes from.
3. The fear increased when a series of strikes occurred in 1919
B. Bombing Campaign
1. People tried killing American General A. Mitchell Palmer
a) 6,000 communists were arrested
2. Nicola Sacco and Bartolommeo Vanzetti two of the people arrested was sentenced to 7 yrs. in prison
II.Labor Day
A. Palmer Raid claimed that Labor Day would bring massive demonstrations also known as “May Day”
1. America was anxiously afraid as the day approached
a) His predictions had no evidence
(1) Palmer’s standing began to decline rapidly
(2) People believed he made the “May Day” plan up to gain democratic presidential nominations
III.The Red Scare Ended
A. The Red Scare ended in the mid- 1920’s
Red Scare
Brianna Piper
April, 16th 2013
I.Leading Up To the Red Scare
A. Communism in America during 1920’s
1. “Reds” was the name given to the Russians because of allegiance to the red Soviet flag.
2. People feared communists, anarchists, socialists, and other dissidents which is where the “Red Scare” comes from.
3. The fear increased when a series of strikes occurred in 1919
B. Bombing Campaign
1. People tried killing American General A. Mitchell Palmer
a) 6,000 communists were arrested
2. Nicola Sacco and Bartolommeo Vanzetti two of the people arrested was sentenced to 7 yrs. in prison
II.Labor Day
A. Palmer Raid claimed that Labor Day would bring massive demonstrations also known as “May Day”
1. America was anxiously afraid as the day approached
a) His predictions had no evidence
(1) Palmer’s standing began to decline rapidly
(2) People believed he made the “May Day” plan up to gain democratic presidential nominations
III.The Red Scare Ended
A. The Red Scare ended in the mid- 1920’s
Red Scare
Brianna Piper
April, 16th 2013
I.Leading Up To the Red Scare
A. Communism in America during 1920’s
1. “Reds” was the name given to the Russians because of allegiance to the red Soviet flag.
2. People feared communists, anarchists, socialists, and other dissidents which is where the “Red Scare” comes from.
3. The fear increased when a series of strikes occurred in 1919
B. Bombing Campaign
1. People tried killing American General A. Mitchell Palmer
a) 6,000 communists were arrested
2. Nicola Sacco and Bartolommeo Vanzetti two of the people arrested was sentenced to 7 yrs. in prison
II.Labor Day
A. Palmer Raid claimed that Labor Day would bring massive demonstrations also known as “May Day”
1. America was anxiously afraid as the day approached
a) His predictions had no evidence
(1) Palmer’s standing began to decline rapidly
(2) People believed he made the “May Day” plan…