3 edition of Canada"s red scare found in the catalog.
Canada"s red scare
Includes bibliographical references (p. 26-28)
|Statement||David MacKenzie, translated by Fabien Saint-Jacques|
|Series||Canadian Historical Association booklet -- 0068-886X ; -- no. 61, Canadian Historical Association booklets -- no. 61|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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The Red Scare, which gained notoriety during the First World War, represented the widespread concern that Americans had developed over the fear of communist (or anarchist, during the First World. US citizens. The first Red Scare also included many violent vigilante actions, while the second worked primarily through state and national government agencies. Nonetheless, Washington's anti-radicals learned several lessons from the first Red Scare that they would apply again in the s.
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Author Daniel Francis examines Canada's Red Scare in a global context, including government responses to similar activities in the United States and western Europe, as well as its ramifications for the contemporary war on terror, in which issues of free speech and political dissent are similarly compromised in the name of national security.
The Red Scare Canada searches for communists during the height of Cold War tensions At the height of the Cold War, Canada joined its southern neighbour in an effort to unearth homegrown communists.
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Get this from a library. Canada's Red Scare [David MacKenzie;]. November 4, Review By Duff Sutherland. In Seeing Reds: The Red Scare ofCanada’s First War on Terror, Daniel Francis provides an overview of the response of the Canadian state and elite to the postwar labour revolt.
Although written for a popular audience, Francis makes extensive use of the wealth of academic writing and research produced on the topic over the. Red Scare was first published in Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.
Few periods in American history have been so dramatic, so fraught with mystery, or so bristling with fear and Reviews: 3. A "Red Scare" is the promotion of a widespread fear of a potential rise of communism or anarchism by a society or state.
The name refers to the red flags that the communists use. The term is most often used to refer to two periods in the history of the United States which are referred to by this name.
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Few periods in American history have been so dramatic, so fraught with mystery, or so bristling with fear and hysteria as were the days of the great Red Scare that 4/5(1).
Historical books about McCarthyism & Red Scare. Many Are the Crimes is the best one-volume critical history of McCarthyism. Schrecker's analysis acknowledges the myriad shortcomings of American communists, but suggests that the apparatus of repression created in the McCarthy period to suppress communism was out of all proportion to the actual threat.
The Red Scare Canada searches for communists during the height of Cold War tensions: Suez Canal Crisis Lester B. Pearson pulls the world back from the brink of war and wins the Nobel Peace Prize. The second Red Scare occurred during the start of the Cold War with the Soviet Union after the end of World War II.
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It pushes forward our thinking on the origins of McCarthyism, the effects of New Deal reform on later social movements, and the influence of anticommunist sentiment on American culture. Daniel Francis is an historian and the author/editor of more than twenty books, including five for Arsenal Pulp Press: The Imaginary Indian: The Image of the Indian in Canadian Culture, National Dreams: Myth, Memory and Canadian History, LD: Mayor Louis Taylor and the Rise of Vancouver (winner of the City of Vancouver Book Award), Seeing Reds: The Red Scare ofCanada's First War on Reviews: 1.
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The result was an attack of paranoia known as the Red Scare, when the government removed basic civil liberties and sent labour leaders and left-wing political activists to jail. The following is adapted from Seeing Reds: The Red Scare of –, Canada’s First War on Terror, by Daniel Francis, published in by Arsenal Pulp Press.
Igor Sergeyevich Gouzenko (Russian: Игорь Сергеевич Гузенко [ˈiɡərʲ sʲɪrˈɡʲejɪvʲɪtɕ ɡʊˈzʲɛnkə]; Janu – J ) was a cipher clerk for the Soviet embassy to Canada in Ottawa, defected on 5 Septemberthree days after the end of World War II, with documents on the USSR's espionage activities in the West.
A Red Scare Comic Book from In the Catechetical Guild Educational Society in St. Paul, Minnesota put out this warning against Communist infiltration. The inside cover provides this dire statement: “The average American is prone to say, “It can’t happen here.”.
The climate of fear and repression linked to the Red Scare finally began to ease by the late s. First Red Scare: The first Red Scare occurred in the wake of World War I.