Red Scare at Rutgers - Glossary
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A person or organization associated with another.
Something that has been set aside by formal actions for a specific use.
An expression of blame or disapproval.
A member of a government that professes a classless society and by common ownership of production and subsistence.
Acting on one's understanding of right and wrong.
The act of finding guilty.
Government by the people.
To see the possibilities of something coming true.
Appropriateness to the purpose at hand; a means to an end.
Person supporting a government that is run by a dictator.
Each person accused of a crime has the right to due process, protection from double jeopardy and the right not to incriminate oneself in testimony.
Freedom of speech, assembly, press, religion.
Not in agreement with accepted beliefs.
Behavior exhibiting overwhelming fear.
To involve intimately or incriminate.
Belonging by nature or habit.
Living by a code of behavior.
Having or exhibiting sound judgment.
State of accepting traditional norms.
The deliberate, willful giving of false, misleading or incomplete testimony on a relevant matter, by a witness under oath in a criminal proceeding.
Having a clear decisive relevance to the model at hand.
A country or other political unit in which the government exercised rigid and repressive controls over the social, economic and political life; especially by means of a secret police force.
To set down as a rule.
To rid a nation, political party or organization of anyone not desired.
An act of revealing; to view or make known.
Act of giving money when fired or laid off from a job.
Intending to overthrow or undermine an established government.
A government upheld by authoritarian means.
A government in which a single ruler is vested with absolute power.
Breaking with tradition.
To an extreme or excessive degree.
A capacity to live and develop; the power of endurance.