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

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ABC Coal and Coke, 271
Abbeville Herald: support for Klan, 69, 215
Abernathy, H. B., 246, 247, 248, 379 (n. 28)
Abernathy, Thomas, 293
Accommodationism, 55
Adams, Jack, 78-80
Adams, Oscar, 55
Adamsville, 315, 316
African Americans, 5, 52, 53, 55
Agnew, H. D., 272
Agriculture. See Rural life
Ahrens-Rich Auto Company, 73
Air Force, 287
Akron ( Ohio), 277
Alabama. See various other entries, including: Depression, Alabama during; Negative national image (of Alabama); Politics
Alabama, 294
Alabama Baptist, 69, 184; Catholic prejudice of, 103; state organ of Baptist Church, 103; support for Klan, 69, 125
Alabama Baptist Convention, 105
Alabama Bible Society, 38
Alabama By-Products, 271
Alabama Christian Advocate, 125, 140; defends Klan, 125, 176-77; defends Tom Heflin, 176-77; silence on Klan violence, 103-4; state organ of Methodist Church, 103
Alabama constitution ( 1901), 28
Alabama Cotton Manufacturing Association, 273
Alabama Council of Defense, 14
Alabama Fuel and Iron, 271
Alabama Herald, 275, 276
Alabama Local Government League, 308
Alabama National Guard, 271, 276, 287
Alabama Negro Medical Association, 54
Alabama Power Company, 53, 227, 271, 310
Alabama Public Service Commission, 34
Alabama River, 267
Alabama Supreme Court, 284
Alabama Women's League for White Supremacy, 189, 206
Albany ( New York), 180
Alcohol. See Prohibition
Aldridge, A. B., 271
Alexander, Charles, 4
Alexander, Will, 225
Alexander City, 25, 220
Allied Liberty League, 14
Almon, E. B., 181, 203
Altman, John, 274
Alton Methodist Church, 39
American Business Club, 78
American Civil Liberties Union

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