In which way did the Second Red Scare resemble the First Red Scare? Select

In which way did the Second Red Scare resemble the First Red Scare? Select one: a. It led to a rise in isolationist sentiment. Incorrect b. It began as a result of high unemployment. c. It resulted in the passage of laws restricting civil liberties. d. It contributed to the growth of the American Communist Party.

2 months ago

Solution 1

Guest Guest #1689
2 months ago

The correct answer is C) It resulted in the passage of laws restricting civil liberties.

The First and Second Red Scare were both time periods in American history where Americans were worried about the spread of communism within American society and the government. The First Red Scare took place immediately after World War I while the Second Red Scare took place after World War II. Both resulted in laws that restricted freedom of speech.

Solution 2

Guest Guest #1690
2 months ago
I'd say C because high unemployment was not something that started the Red Scares and Everyone was afraid of the Communist Approving Party so they definitely would not grow. 

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