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Results of Threats

Results of Threats to American Society

Red Scare Fear of Russian foreign policy and communism as evil and destructive to American way of life (Gov't supports capitalism and laissez-faire business practices)
Labor Unions Fear Feared to be disturbing economy and way of life and so membership is discouraged and Unions are put down (Ex. Mother Jones jailed for 20 years)
Immigrant Fear Fear from New Immigrant countries because they might bring communists
Nation Origins Act (1924) Less immigrants allowed from South and East Europe, none from China and Japan
KKK Existence KKK membership rises to 1 million (1925) In power in 3 states. KKK's belief in white, protestant, and western European Supremacy
Freedom of Speech Freedom of speech and assembly was discouraged
Created by: spencerbuggie