The American Community in the 1900ís to the 1920ís was in fact a totally different generation than its successor not only because of cultural and economic reasons but also because of world events and the rise of technology.
Americans in the early 1900ís were a closely knit generation with a sense of community, morals, and obligations. They had an "instilled" set of ideals and values and their lives were very much affected by the rise
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world, government and state sought the support of the people and launched many "anti-communism" campaigns to convince and have the support of the American public in its attempts to show its political might in the world forum.
The United States after World War II was now one the strongest nations in the world and now could export its great abundancy of political influence to shape and form the United Nations and have many loyal supporters.