Jaquelin Velasco- P.1 Final

Jaquelin Velasco- P.1 Final

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  • The Red Scare
  • The Red Scare
  • Yes sir! We start the searches as soon as possible.
  • Keep an eye on everyone. We can be sure if the immigrants are spies.
  • Good Good.
  • The Red Scare
  • You look suspicious so I'm going to assume you a communist or spy...
  • I'm not but I might! know someone who is.
  • The Red Scare was a hunt to take down suspected communist, it was one of most disruptive times in American.
  • The Red Scare
  • We won't sell each other out!
  • The Red Scare had started when political officials started the hunt looking anywhere for spies when in E. Europe. People were especially suspicious of immigrants that came from enemy territory. 
  • The Red Scare
  • Your fired, I saw you talking to Henry and we all know he's a spy.
  • Congress created the HUAC to investigate people who might be Nazis, fascists, and communists. Also thinking people were spies for the Soviet Union. Everything was suspected from gov. officials, military,education, ect.
  • The Red Scare
  • You both are found guilty of treason and with be sentenced to execution!
  • HUAC had suspected a group of writers, directors, and producers and decided to investigate them which lead to court hearing when any of them refused to speak or sell each other out, these people were known as the Hollywood 10. This lead to the creation of the Hollywood Blacklist which was used when anyone in the entertainment industry suspected of being communist could not be hired to work.
  • Tell me what you know about the other 8!
  • We haven't done anything wrong!!
  • People who were seen associating with suspected communist were some times fired from their job or were suspected as well.  People started to be careful around the people they talked with they had been scared of getting fired for being 'disloyal' to the U.S. The blacklist spread to colleges, labs, libraries and practically anywhere. Anyone could get on the Blacklist and fired or not being hired if they were suspected.
  • Too bad.
  • What! It was only work related! I need my job.
  • A couple of people suspected and found guilty were Ethel and Julius Rosenberg , being charged with selling secret to the Soviet Union to build atomic bombs and were sentenced to execution. Things began to settle down years later.
  • And we almost got away with it....
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