anonymous
  • anonymous
why were the palmer raids seen as a violation against civil liberties?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Immigration laws were changed to limit illegal immigrants
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
yeah do you know what the lamer raids were?
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
I mean palmer raids

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anonymous
  • anonymous
sort of
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
The Palmer Raids were a series of raids in late 1919 and early 1920 by the United States Department of Justice intended to capture, arrest and deport radical leftists, especially anarchists, from the United States. The raids and arrests occurred in November 1919 and January 1920 under the leadership of Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer. Though more than 500 foreign citizens were deported, including a number of prominent leftist leaders, Palmer's efforts were largely frustrated by officials at the U.S. Department of Labor; they had authority for deportations and objected to Palmer's methods. The Palmer Raids occurred in the larger context of the Red Scare, the term given to fear of and reaction against political radicals in the U.S. in the years immediately following World War I. There were strikes that garnered national attention, race riots in more than 30 cities, and two sets of bombings in April and June 1919, including one bomb mailed to Palmer's home.
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
that's what they were @firefighter21
anonymous
  • anonymous
wooooow XD
anonymous
  • anonymous
im speech less
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
why?
anonymous
  • anonymous
you typed that real quick
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
not all of it was typed. some of it was copied fro ma report I did on the palmer raids
anonymous
  • anonymous
woooh see u a genus
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
not really. I just love history
anonymous
  • anonymous
im aaustin
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
nice to meet you Austin, i'm Darren
anonymous
  • anonymous
XD

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