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Q: What was the conclusion of mccarthyism and the red scare?
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Does red scare mean the same as McCarthyism and did red scare include anti-communist persecutions?

No the Red Scare is not the same as McCarthyism. It was the term for the fear that Communism would take over America and the world. Anti-communist persecutions were a result of the Red Scare.


Why is the red scare like McCarthyism?

anti-communism


What phobia is the fear of communism?

Mccarthyism or the red scare


What factors contributed to the end of McCarthyism and the red scare?

my balls


Who did red scare target?

Suspected communists. Eventually, anyone was fair game for McCarthyism, the man who initiated the "Red Scare."


The red scare and McCarthyism were similar in that both?

Encouraged nativist ideas.


What were the 3 causes of the red scare?

McCarthyism, the sputnik, bolshevik revolution.


What is the black list from McCarthyism and the red scare of the 1950?

the red scare is when people where dying all over the world because of the anti- communist.


During the red scare many were accused of being communist even without evidence to prove it this was known as?

McCarthyism -Apex


How did the Red Scare influence the US?

The Red Scare led to McCarthyism where ordinary citizens could be blacklisted, or prevented from getting a job, if they were suspected of being a communist.


Who was the us senator responsible for the anti-communist movement known a red scare?

The US senator's name was Joseph McCarthy. The Red Scare is also known as McCarthyism.


When did the fear of Communism known as the Red Scare begin in the US?

Following the Bolshevist revolution the first 'Red Scare' was from 1919 through 1921 then the second 'Red Scare' (McCarthyism) followed after the Second World War 1947 to 1954 .