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Red Scare

A Study in National Hysteria, 1919-1920

Author:

Robert K. Murray

Red Scare
Red Scare

Mr. Murray, Professor Emeritus of History at the Pennsylvania State University, received his doctorate from Ohio State University where he began his teaching career. At Penn State since 1949, he was also secretary of the Pennsylvania Historical Association and has contributed articles to several historical and scholarly journals.

Red Scare

Table of Contents

1 THE CONTEMPORARY SCENE
2 AMERICAN RADICALS
3 THE FIRE BEHIND THE SMOKE
4 THE ROAD THAT LEADS
5 BOMBS, RIOTS, AND MORE BOMBS
6 THE PATRIOTIC DEFENSE
7 LABOR AND BOLSHEVISM
8 WHEN POLICEMEN STRIKE
9 BIG STEEL-GRAY OR PINK?
10 COAL-BLACK OR RED?
11 THE GAG AND THE MOB
12 THE QUAKER AND THE ARK
13 THE JANUARY RAIDS
14 RACE BETWEEN GOVERNMENTS
15 EBBING TIDE
16 PEBBLES ON THE BEACH

NOTE ON SOURCES
FOOTNOTES

INDEX