One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
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June 30, 2014
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Through both men's stories come ups and downs and inevitably, victory and defeat.
Throughout the 1950's, people who acted or appeared to be outside the mainstream were viewed with great suspicion. The United States was engaged in a Cold War with the Soviet Union. This meant that while no open warfare was declared, "relations were tense and hostile" (Telgen 227)...
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The men and women viewed with suspicion were often accused of being communists. Senator Joseph McCarthy led the nation in uncovering these communists and persecuting them for their supposed beliefs. While McCarthy's accusations were vague and inaccurate, he developed quite a support group. McCarthy made a speech at a Lincoln day celebration in West Virginia and claimed that 205 members of the State Department were communist...
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