In 1952, for the first time since record keeping began seventy years earlier, no lynching took place in
the United States.
campaigned to bring unionization to the South.
deported illegal aliens found in Mexican-American neighborhoods.
removed suspected communist labor union leaders from their positions.
campaigned to end prohibition.
was the CIA-led coup in Guatemala.
How had the political climate changed in the South during World War II in the early Cold War years?