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Thu Oct 16 17:59:44 2014 UTClccn-n886149640.00Moje probuzení : cesta k rasovému porozumění /0.361.00Ku Klux Klan Action48341093David_Duken 886149642214941Duke, David 1950-ديوك، ديفيدlccn-n80076145Ku Klux Klan (1915- )lccn-n93110047Bridges, Tylerlccn-n95079825Kuzenski, John C.1964-lccn-n94069173Gaddie, Ronald Keithlccn-n50045578Bullock, Charles S.1942-lccn-n79086601Powell, Lawrence N.np-levy, anneLevy, Anneviaf-297082292Skorecki familylccn-n92018759Rose, Douglas D.lccn-n90632048Zatarain, MichaelDuke, David ErnestHistoryBiographyControversial literaturePeriodicalsInterviewsMiscellaneaDuke, David ErnestPolitical scienceLouisianaRace relationsWhite supremacy movementsKu Klux Klan (1915- )PoliticiansJewsHolocaust survivorsPolandLouisiana--New OrleansHolocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)Skorecki familyLevy, AnneUnited StatesRacismDiscriminationPrejudicesFanaticismEthnic relationsHate crimesAntisemitismNeo-NazismNeo-NazisSkinheadsElectionsRoemer, BuddyEdwards, Edwin WRight-wing extremistsConservatismDemocracyRadicalismJews--Public opinionJudaismWorking class--Political activityPolitical participationTolerationLiberalismPublic opinionRight and left (Political science)Social problems--Psychological aspectsSocial problems--Political aspectsSocial problems--Public opinionPresidential candidatesNazisRace discriminationWounded Knee Massacre (South Dakota : 1890)Bilbo, Theodore Gilmore,Irish Americans--Social conditionsChinese Americans--Social conditions19501980198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200720082009201020122014703696125976.3063092F376ocn006351750ocn027783267ocn017160861ocn723235317ocn722909574122ocn006351750serial0.93The CrusaderPeriodicals71ocn027783267serial0.95The David Duke reportPeriodicals41ocn017160861serial1.00Ku Klux Klan ActionPeriodicals31ocn802178595book20120.47Duke, David ErnestJødisk racisme21ocn061751061book20021.00Duke, David ErnestAmrīkā, Isrāʼīl, wa, 11 Aylūl 200121ocn043958408visu20001.00Duke, David ErnestEuropean-American rightsIn a speech at a conference hosted by the National Organization for European American Rights, of which he is president, Duke said that white Americans should take pride in their race and that history should credit European-Americans for their contributions to the country. Among issues he addressed were affirmative action, civil rights, urban crime, immigration, and the influence that various ethnic, religious, and racial groups have over American culture. In Philadelphia, Jan. 22, 200023ocn836157022book19980.22Duke, David ErnestMy awakening : a path to racial understandingHistoryBiography+-+255142743621ocn027420862visu19910.92The New politics of race the new David DukeInterviewsHe has taken off his Klansman's sheet and no longer advocates publicly that parts of the American population be relocated. What is this new voice of racism? What is the basis of its appeal? David Duke presents his position in this specially adapted Phil Donahue program21ocn029930090book1.00Duke, David ErnestWho runs the media? : the alarming facts11ocn836156292book20070.59Duke, David ErnestJewish supremacism : my awakening on the Jewish questionHistoryControversial literature+-+305142743611ocn019678109mix1.00National Association for the Advancement of White PeopleEphemeral materialsMiscellaneaLetters, flyers, brochures, clippings and business cards11ocn019723581mix1.00Ku Klux Klan (1915- )Ephemeral materialsMiscellaneaLetters from Duke, Don Black, Stanley McCollum and Thom Robb (the National Chaplain), flyers, handbills, clippings, membership applications, membership certificate, business cards and the KKKK official seal11ocn722808953visu19961.00David Duke for US Senate Our time is now! : Political commercial 1996As part of his 1996 political campaign for the U.S. Senate, Louisiana State Representative David Duke uses this taped ad to present his views on the welfare system, equal rights for everyone, education, taxes, and the environment. He is especially disturbed by illegitimacy, drug use, and the crime rate among people on welfare; affirmative action and minority rights; school integration and busing; the influence of special interests on politicians; and the effect of the deforestation of the Amazonian rainforest on air quality. He supports a flat tax rate. He also addresses his past activities in the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. The commercial includes statements of support from members of the public11ocn023359968visu19901.00David Duke on the real issuesAs part of his 1990 political campaign for the U.S. Senate, Louisiana State Representative David Duke uses this taped ad to present his views on issues, address his past activities in the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, and respond to criticism from his opponent J. Bennett Johnston. Duke charges that liberals are reducing the Western Christian heritage in the U.S. He is especially disturbed by the high rate of Hispanic immigration, special rights for minorities, affirmative action, and illegitimacy and drug use among the "welfare underclass." He campaigns on Western Christian culture, welfare reforms, equal rights for everyone, and less government. His daughters Kristin and Erika are introduced toward the end of the program11ocn793342029file0.47Ford Hall ForumFord Hall Forum audio tapesThis collection consists of audio tape recordings of Ford Hall Forum programs, recorded between 1961 and 1998. The collection also contains one video tape. Researchers should note the date of the recording is often different from the date of the broadcast. The finding aid indicates the date of recording. The recordings were assigned catalog numbers (RCS-XXX) by the Northeastern University Libraries' Media Center. The collection includes descriptions of the programs, information about the speakers, and indices by speaker, call number and subject area compiled by the Media Center staff. Each recording has corresponding information sheets (folders 5-12, box 11), containing information regarding length, speaker, general subject, lecture topic, date recorded, date broadcasted, and date of acquisition. Audiocassette RCS-566 Janet Reno: "Youth Violence" is absent from the collection11ocn063296095visu20051.00Louisiana gubernatorial debate, 11-06-1991Gubernatorial candidates David Duke and Edwin Edwards participated in a debate sponsored by Louisiana Public Broadcasting. The candidates responded to questions on the key issues in Louisiana from a panel of journalists11ocn428365454book2009Duke, David ErnestMoje probuzení : cesta k rasovému porozumění11ocn032214705mix19901.00Duke, David ErnestDavid Duke :Commercials used during Duke's campaign for the 1990 U.S. senatorial election in Louisiana, Republican party11ocn039935259visu19980.47[Ron Wilson/David Duke debate]Texas State Representative Ron Wilson debates former Louisiana State Representative David Duke on racial discrimination, affirmative action, equal rights, and related issues11ocn722909574visu19921.00David Duke for president Charleston, SC, 1992In a speech during his 1992 presidential primary campaign, David Duke criticizes the United States' welfare system, which he believes fosters drug use, drug dealing, and illegitimacy. He calls affirmative action unfair and discriminatory. He believes that the federal government is too big, too full of social engineers, imposes too many taxes, and he calls for more individual choice and equal rights for everyone. He lays out his position against free trade. He emphasizes the importance of western culture and Christian faith and tradition18162ocn044959352file19940.35Bridges, TylerThe rise of David DukeHistoryBiographyRecounts the life and political career of Nazi sympathizer and former KKK grand wizard David Duke, and discusses what his emergence reveals about American race relations+-+811916030532416293ocn042330028file19950.39David Duke and the politics of race in the South+-+111760173512515ocn040821018book20000.35Powell, Lawrence NTroubled memory : Anne Levy, the Holocaust, and David Duke's LouisianaBiography"Story of Anne Skorecki Levy, the Holocaust survivor who transformed the horrors of her childhood into a passionate mission to defeat the political menace of Louisiana's David Duke. It is the first book to connect the prewar and wartime experiences of Jewish survivors to the lives they made for themselves in the United States. Beyond chronicling one family's flight from persecutio to freedom, however, it offers dramatic testament to how the experiences of survivors as new Americans spurred their willingness to bear witness." -- Jacket+-+79507325358922ocn025411474book19920.33The Emergence of David Duke and the politics of raceHistoryBiography+-+96389325355182ocn021525191book19900.30Zatarain, MichaelDavid Duke, evolution of a KlansmanHistoryBiographyIndex3893ocn024941889visu19910.37Ridgeway, JamesBlood in the faceA closeup view of today's far right movement that reveals the workings of the Ku Klux Klan, the American Nazi Party, the Aryan Nations, and David Duke1874ocn040965695book19980.22Duke, David ErnestMy awakening : a path to racial understandingHistoryBiography+-+2551427436661ocn027212327book19920.35Maginnis, JohnCross to bear"Cross to bear is the inside account of the Louisiana's governor's race that has the whole world watching, and that in many ways foretold events in America's bizarre presidential race of 1992. The reader gets a back-seat view of this fascinating, often funny, sometimes frightening ride through the wild terrain of Louisiana politics. The current national political phenomena of racial alienation, voter rage, sex-life inspections and third-party challenges exploded first in Louisiana before rocking the American scene. This true story reads like a fast-moving novel in developing the characters of David Duke, struggling to shake his racist, anti-Semitic past as he incites the voter anger and raises millions; ambitious and aloof Buddy Roemer, battling his political demons while struggling through his mid-life crisis; and of the scandal-plagued Edwin Edwards, notorious gambler and womanizer, politicking for redemption in one last, improbable comeback bid. Along the way the reader meets the henchmen, bagmen, yes-man, Klansmen and girlfriends who keep politics interesting and dangerous in America's last banana republic."--Dust jacket flap463ocn849672775visu19960.82When democracy worksWhen Democracy Works is the first educational media project to examine the related policy initiatives of the radical right wing and to illustrate how its hatred and bias affects ordinary people. It presents three case studies of the democratic right: racist David Duke's electoral bids in Louisiana, the struggle over homophobic Amendment 2 in Colorado and the scapegoating of immigrants, people of color and women through Proposition 187 and Proposition 209 in California. In each case, When Democracy Works highlights the work of progressive grassroots organizers to thwart the radical right and uphold democratic values282ocn054404202book20030.59Duke, David ErnestJewish supremacism : my awakening on the Jewish questionHistoryControversial literature+-+3051427436242ocn027309953visu19910.74Backlash race and the American dreamDiscusses David Duke, KKK, and white working-class views on race and politics in Louisiana121ocn033087652book19940.53Eisenman, RussellPolitical issues and social problems : a social psychological perspective112ocn026430508visu19920.90Who is David Duke?BiographyHodding Carter probes the mystique and political popularity of David Duke, a legislator from Louisiana. Duke is a controversial presidential candidate because he is a former Ku Klux Klan leader and Nazi sympathizer91ocn033245726book19950.77Rose, Dorothy ADukewatch, 199581ocn270880525visu19950.23The shadow of hate a filmHistoryAn episodic look at the history of intolerance in the country established by those fleeing religious intolerance in Europe, and the challenges faced in living up to the ideals of liberty, equality and justice for all. Using documentary footage and stills along with eyewitness reports, the program reviews the slaughter of native Americans at Wounded Knee, the treatment of Irish Catholic immigrants, Quakers and other religious sects, the plight of Chinese labourers who built the railways in the Sierra Madre Mountains, the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, the disrespect for Mexican American veterans of that war, the virulent antisemitism in the trial of Leo Frank for the murder of Mary Phagan, and the racism of leaders such as Thomas E. Watson, Theodore Gilmore Bilbo, Henry Ford, and, more recently, David Duke and Louis Farrakhan81ocn022633671book19890.98Ballot-box bigotry : David Duke and the Populist Party71ocn034838198book19950.47Bridges, TylerThe rise of David DukeHistoryBiography+-+K93105323572ocn050410806book20010.47Duke, David ErnestEvreĭskiĭ vopros glazami Amerikant︠s︡a : moë issledovanieHistoryBiography52ocn025821518book19900.47Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and NazismThe Politics and background of David Duke52ocn032056635mix19920.92Allen, David JDavid Duke and national Republicans in Louisiana+-+2551427436+-+2551427436Thu Oct 16 14:58:49 EDT 2014batch24319