Copy of McCarthyism and the Crackdown on Communists in the 1950’s.pptx

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McCarthyism and the Crackdown on Communists in the 1950’s Presented By: Kennedy Campbell & John Doee
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The Cold War Conflict between The United States and The Soviet Union had built up to a point of war, the Cold War. This period lasted a whooping forty-five years. During WWII, the two superpowers were allies. However, when the war ended, the countries would then fight for supremacy. The more of a ‘all- talk-no-bite’ caused the topic of the arguments to be able politics and economics, how the United States wanted to stop the communism spread the started in the Union which would’ve eventually spread to other European countries.
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Joe McCarthy and McCarthyism Joe McCarthy, born November 14, 1908 in Appleton, Wisconsin lacked in keeping up with his academics. Despite his credibility from Marquette University, McCarthy become one of the least qualified, most fraudulent politicians of his time. As promoting for the Democratic party, McCarthy soon changed his outlook and switched to the Republican Party
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