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Red Scare

How did or might the Red Scare have changed our attitudes towards immigrants?

Are there some specific examples of this in the 1920s?

Only again looking for short examples of this to answer already answered questions. Need to be a little more exact than I was. Thanks if it helps I answered to these questions about how it was dangerous to be an immigrant at this time and how it made people fear immigrants fearing that they might have ulterior motives and that they would be associated with them and that it most likely caused some to be more prejudiced against them. These are questions he is asking in regards to a paper already written so they do not need to be in great depth. Just examples.

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During the 1920's. Americans became known as what were xenophobia - an irrational fear of foreigners.

Americans were terrified that a communist revolution could break out in the United States. They were scared that their money and wealth would be taken away as well as the violence that would come with such a revolution. Communists were blamed for strikes, terrorist bombings like Haymarket Square and race riots. Americans hated and feared communists. All of this became what was known as the Red Scare.

Americans viewed europe as a breeding ground for socialism and communism and as a result, blamed the ...

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How the Red Scare changed the attitudes towards immigrants.