Hooded Americanism: the history of the Ku Klux Klan

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Duke University Press, 1981 - Political Science - 477 pages
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"The only work that treats Ku Kluxism for the entire period of it's existence. . . . "the "authoritative work on the period. "Hooded Americanism" is exhaustive in its rich detail and its use of primary materials to paint the picture of a century of terror. It is comprehensive, since it treats the entire period, and enjoys the perspective that the long view provides. It is timely, since it emphasizes the undeniable persistence of terrorism in American life."--John Hope Franklin

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The Klan boils down to this: Fear of a changing society, Anger and Violence due to a sense of helplessness, Conspiracies offered to explain the faults of society, but no solutions offered, and predictions of the end of America. Read full review

Contents

A Quick Look behind the Mask
1
The Klan Rides 186571
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The Birth of a Nation
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Copyright

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