History of bigotry in the United States / edited and revised by Henry M. Christman.

; Christman, Henry M
1st Capricorn books ed.. New York : Capricorn, [1960] .

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Other Title Bigotry in the United States
Other Authors Christman, Henry M.
Subjects États-Unis -- Histoire religieuse.
États-Unis -- Relations raciales.
Freedom of religion -- United States.
Freedom of religion.
Liberté de conscience.
Race relations.
United States -- Race relations.
United States.
Description xii, 474 pages ; 19 cm
Copyright Date [1960]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The infusion begins -- The strife of creeds -- Theocracy comes over -- Epidemic of plots -- Partial obliteration -- Liberalism makes progress -- Colliding forces -- Upheaval against Masons -- Convent burned -- Craze for "disclosures" -- Samuel F.B. Morse's book -- Nativism -- The fruits of nativism -- Know-nothings -- Prejudice advances -- The twilight of know-nothingism -- The A.P.A. -- The A.P.A. at its crest -- Watson's dual campaigns -- First and second Ku Klux Klan -- "Invisible empire" nation wide -- The decline of the hooded order -- Campaigning on religious lines -- Henry Ford's seven years calumnies against Jews -- The protocols ; Ford's retraction -- On the Nazi pattern -- Hitler's advent the signal -- Birds of a feather -- Anti-Semitism via Father Coughlin -- Christian fronters and mobilizers -- "We want Lindbergh" -- Wartime and post-war -- McCarthy and McCarthyism -- The struggle for integration.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)19490377
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Myers, Gustavus, 1872-1942.
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