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Deep denial : the persistence of white supremacy in United States history and life

Author: David Billings
Publisher: Roselle, NJ : Crandall, Dostie & Douglass Books, Inc., [2016]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: David Billings
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Billings
ISBN: 9781934390047 1934390046
OCLC Number: 954038166
Description: 280 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: White supremacy's historical context --
Creating a white social contract --
Expanding whiteness --
The contract proves binding --
Defending the contract --
Internalizing white supremacy --
Renewing the white social contract --
Post-World War II and the challenge to white supremacy --
Racial "communist threat" post World War II --
The 1950s: GI bill, white flight and resistance to integration --
White fear/white violence --
Mississippi: model for white resistance --
Preparing for the civil rights movement --
Civil rights organizing north and south --
The "big one": Brown v Board --
The black community ups the ante --
Civil rights movement strategy --
Civil rights leaders --
exiled, murdered, jailed --
Ongoing resistance to civil rights --
White "race traitors" in the civil rights movement --
Radicalization of the civil rights movement --
Lessons of the civil rights movement --
Growing up preaching in the land of "dog whistle politics" --
Federal response to the movement: the Great Society --
De-politicizing the civil rights movement --
Conservative counter strategy to the civil rights movement --
White mainstream response to the civil rights movement --
Internalized racial superiority.
Responsibility: David Billings.

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