Blogpost #7

   Richard Nixon tapped into the stereotype of “elite doves” and “reactionary hardhats” in the sense that Nixon used it to support his claims of the “silent majority.” To be specific, Nixon attempted to cater the idea of  a“silent majority” to the working class laborers who were often opposed to the anti-war movement. At the sameContinue reading “Blogpost #7”

The Working Class War

During the Cold War era, there was massive fear among the American people of the spread of communism. The American government feared that the “Domino Effect” would happen. The “Domino effect” was fear that if one nation were to fall to communism’s influence then every other country would soon fall. One of the nations thatContinue reading “The Working Class War”