The Lessons The Red Scare Menace Had On The American People (Annotated Bibliography Sample)
The goal is not simply to inform, but to persuade, using evidence gathered from your sources to back up your analysis.
What can we learn from the “Red Scare” of the 1950s?
BIBLIOGRAPHY \l 1033 Luke, R. The Red Scare. 2012. http://people.ucls.uchicago.edu/~snekros/Salem%20Journal/International/LukeR.html. Nov 2017.
Luke's article offers an explicit analysis of the red scare through a comparative approach with the Salem Witch Trials. The author systematically explains the cause, rise and consequential aspect of the red scare in a relaxed tone but very informative.
In the process, Luke illustrates the lessons the red scare menace had on the American people. According to him, unnecessary fears driven by greedy were the center of wiping out communism. The capitalist community would not allow communism to take over. This would be a sign of weakness and be subordinate to the Soviet Union, a move America was not ready to take. The fear surrounding the red scare made communism more popular than it was.
BIBLIOGRAPHY \l 1033 Wall, Wendy. Anti-Communism in the 1950s. 2017. ttps://www.gilderlehrman.org/history-by-era/fifties/essays/anti-communism-1950s. November 2017.
Wall starts off by ironically stating how America was home to the Communist party yet the political climate never allowed communist ideologies. Through Wall's depiction of the anti-communism, we learn that political culture greatly influences other spheres of life. Anti-communism discredited labor, discouraged social activism and labeling of individuals leading to social and economic unrest in the country.
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