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The Red Scare

AP.USH: KC‑8.1.II.A (KC), NAT (Theme), Unit 8: Learning Objective C


“The struggle against the totalitarian forces of Stalinism is not merely of a military character. It is political and ideological in nature as well. We stand opposed to the doctrines which enslave men, reduce men to mere automatons. We believe in the inherent dignity and worth of man, that man is an end in himself, that only in a genuinely free society can man attain his true nature. We believe that given equality of opportunity, each individual, irrespective of color, religion, national origin, or race, can realize his true self.”
-Source: President Dwight D. Eisenhower, State of the Union Address, 1953
Which of the following United States actions most directly resulted from the sentiments expressed in the excerpt?
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