The Red Scare
Place and time: 1920s, post WWI America
Prior Knowledge: Americans were afraid that the Bolshevik revolution might become the progenitor to the spread of communism and anarchism, potentially reaching the United States, threatening the values many Americans had.
Audience: The American public
Reasoning: To propagate that Europeans carried undesirable beliefs with them to the United States.
Significance: Presents anarchists as a threat to which what we hold dearest most, our liberty