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Culture
One of the most lasting contributions of the Cold War to the modern era was its cultural impact. The fear of communists infiltrating American society was rampant at various times throughout the Cold War. Mistrust and suspicion pervaded all levels of society and government. Civilians and military personnel alike were under scrutiny and, at times, under persecution for any suspected ties to communists or the Communist Party.
U.S. v. Scales

U.S. v. Scales

ca. 1954

Political Prisoners

Political Prisoners

ca. 1919

Communist Watch List

Communist Watch List

1945-1949

Code of Conduct

Military Code of Conduct

1956

Pianist Denied Concert

Pianist Denied Concert

January-February 1945

Threat of Communism

Threat of Communism

1961

Lenin's Prediction

Workers Worldwide

August 1919

Communist Newspaper

Communist Newspaper

February 2, 1944

Newsletter

Newsletter

December 29, 1961

Social War Bulletin

SOcial War Bulletin

ca. 1919

 
Subversive Activities

Subversive Activities

August 23, 1950

 
 
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