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Question 1: How did the cold war effect social and political climate in the United States during the 1950s?
The Cold War made the American public very suspicious of Communism and potential Communists in their midst. As a result, fear-mongering politicians such as Joseph McCarthy were able to take advantage of the anti-Communist paranoia and build a short-term political movement that promoted “blacklisting” Communists in the federal government. The public’s paranoia regarding Communism only increased as Communist regimes took control in East Germany, Eastern Europe, China, North Korea, and North Vietnam, and threatened to take control in places like Italy and Greece....
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