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Menzies feared communism because it would take away the freedom of many citizens. He also believed in the containment of democracy and capitalism and wanted things to stay that way. Menzies feared communism because it would take away the freedom of many citizens. He also believed in the containment of democracy and capitalism and wanted things to stay that way. Menzies feared communism because it would take away the freedom of many citizens. He also believed in the containment of democracy and capitalism and wanted things to stay that way.

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