Tutor profile: Ryan D.
Sarah is reading over the paper that she has written. She realizes she went off on a bit of a tangent, and one of her main points does not line up with her thesis statement. This was discovered while Sarah was _____.
Subject: Film and Theater
At the dawn of Universal Studios and RKO Pictures between the 1930s and 40s, films entailing classic monsters such as Dracula, The Mummy, Frankenstein, and King Kong, to name a few, became symbolic of the current issues during that time as World War II ravaged the United States. Why?
The classic monster movies made by Universal Studios and RKO Pictures during the 1930s and 40s were symbolic of the effects WWI had on the United States and the trauma US soldiers endured while fighting. As WWII emerged, these monsters resembled the fear and hatred of the Axis Powers as they fought between the Allied Powers.
Subject: US History
How was the Red Scare in post-World War I America connected to organized labor movements?
Unrestricted immigration after World War I flooded the job markets with low-wage workers, leading to resentment by union members and accusations of communist sympathies.
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