Politics, Society, and the Klan in Alabama, 1915-1949

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INTRODUCTION
1.
Branch, Parting the Waters, 684; Garrow, ed., Birmingham, Alabama, 1956- 1963, ix; Kelley, "New War in Dixie,"367; Feldman, From Demagogue to Dixiecrat, vii, 1, 104, 108 (third quotation); Eskew, But for Birmingham; Nunnelly, Bull Connor, 3 (fourth quotation); Brown, Max Heldman's Birmingham, 38-39 (first and second quotations); Ingalls, "Antiradical Violence in Birmingham,"524 (first and second quotations repeated).
2.
Mecklin, Ku Klux Klan.
3.
Mecklin quoted in Moore, "Historical Interpretations of the 1920s Klan"20.
4.
Tannenbaum, Darker Phases of the South; Lynd and Lynd, Middletown; Fry, The Ku Klux Klan; Frost, Challenge of the Klan.
5.
Hofstadter, Age of Reform, 288-89; Leuchtenburg, Perils of Prosperity; Hicks, Republican Ascendancy; Moore, "Historical Interpretations of the 1920s Klan,"17-38; Hofstadter, Paranoid Style in American Politics, 3-40; Hoffer, True Believer; Higham, Strangers in the Land; Harris, "Manifestations of Fear."
6.
Davis, "Some Themes of Counter-subversion,"205-24, and Fear of Conspiracy, 61; Harris, "Manifestations of Fear,"3, 9; Cash, Mind of the South.
7.
Rice, Ku Klux Klan in American Politics; Randel, Ku Klux Klan; Lipset and Raab, Politics of Unreason, 276-77, 530; Harris, "Manifestations of Fear,"9; George and Wilcox, Nazis, Communists, Klansmen, and Others on the Fringe, 30; Shannon, Between the Wars, 89-91; Moore, "Historical Interpretations of the 1920s Klan,"22-23, 27-28; Bennett, Party of Fear, 17; Miller, "The Ku Klux Klan,"215-55, quoted in Moore, "Historical Interpretations of the 1920s,"27; Wade, Fiery Cross.
8.
Weaver, "Knights of the Ku Klux Klan"; Chalmers, Hooded Americanism; Alexander, Ku Klux Klan in the Southwest.
9.
Jackson, Ku Klux Klan in the City.
10.
Ibid., xi; Chalmers, Hooded Americanism.
11.
Coben, "Assault on Victorianism,"604-25; Hawley quoted in Moore, "Historical Interpretations of the 1920s Klan"28; Wald, "Visible Empire,"217-34; Sims, The Klan, 1, 3.
12.
Moore, Citizen Klansman and "Historical interpretations of the 1920s Klan,"343-57;

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