Essay On The Red Scare

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In my wildest dreams, I never thought that the United States of America would never be attacked twice. One of the most familiar attacks in history was the Red Scare. The Red Scare Attack of 1919-1920 was devastating as well as September 11, 2001.They both were terrorist attacks that changed the history of America.
These events occurred on two different occasions; however, they both changed the United States. Both of these events showed how some other countries felt about the United States, and its citizens. Also these attacks showed how religion plays apart in the actions of others, and their culture reflects their political beliefs.
Mutually these events are alike because they initiated the emotions of fear and hatred amongst the citizens
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This led to protest and attacks which led to into many innocent Americans being hurt by terrorist. They were hurt by the attack of bombs by mail. Terrorist attacks against innocent people in the United States involving mail bombs. Many were severally injured or even killed. These mail bombs occurred in many states of the U.S.A such as: Washington, DC, Paterson, NJ, two in Pittsburgh, PA and Cleveland, OH. Reflecting the attack of the Red Scare, the World Trade Center and the Pentagon was attacked by terrorist that were followers of by Osama Bin Laden. The terrorist were determined to kill many Americans as possible. From the time of 9/11, the amount terrorist attacks in the United States have dropped due to the increase of safety provided by homeland defense, and the military defense in America and overseas.
In closing, the Red Scare and 9/11 mirror a lot of resemblances. Together these events presented the parallel approaches that Americans had concerning some individuals. They also exposed how terrorism contribute to the dealings surrounding the Red Scare in 1919 and 1920 as well as
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