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Ward locates the beginnings of the anti-civil rights crusade in opposition to the New Deal, when die-hard segregationists
came to believe that liberals, organized labor, and African Americans had captured the national Democratic Party, threatening the Southern way of life.
relevant, Williams moved quickly to the now-standard segregationist
antisemitism and the racial-biological antisemitism of the Nazis were two separate forms of that phenomenon.
For example, the historian John Cell argues persuasively that the principal function of segregationist
ideology in the South was to soften class conflicts among whites, thus subordinating internal conflicts to the unifying concept of race.
He is careful not to categorize all Alabama Catholics as segregationists
and all Georgia Catholics as integrationists, choosing instead to highlight the collective disorder that so permeated the biracial communities of Catholics in both states.
(Although he was a segregationist
because he served the state during the Jim Crow era, his moral conscience reflected his Christian upbringing.
Golden, the gadfly author of the Carolina Israelite newspaper, which circulated weekly mostly among southern Jews, developed a series of "Golden Plans" to show the absurdity of segregationist
The DfES spokesperson hyperbolically rubbished the idea of a black school as 'segregationist
That shifted the political balance from the rural segregationist
north to urban areas--primarily south of Interstate 4.
"When the Free Press investigated the CNP and its ties to the Republican Party, Chip Berlet of Political Research Associates told the paper that the CNP included 'a former Ku Klux Klan leader and other segregationist
policies.' Berlet emphasizes that these 'shocking' charges are easy to verify."
Thurmond had run as a segregationist
, and critics accused Lott of wishing for an alternative American history without integration.