The Cold War at Home

The Cold War at Home

One of the most significant industrial states in the country, with a powerful radical tradition, Pennsylvania was, by the early 1950s, the scene of some of the fiercest anti-Communist activism in the United States. Philip Jenkins examines the political and social impact of the Cold War across the state, tracing the Red Scare's reverberations in party politics, the labor movement, ethnic organizations, schools and universities, and religious organizations.

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (June 30, 2014)

Page count: 288 pages

Language: English


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