The Politics of Unreason: Right Wing Extremism in America, 1790-1970

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Index of Proper Names
See also GENERAL INDEX
Aaron, Daniel, 203n. 5
Acheson, Dean, 219
ADA World, 17-18
Adamo, S. J., 284n. 52
Adams, Brooks, 94
Adams, Henry, 94
Adams, John, 37
Adams, John Quincy, 44, 45, 486
Adams, Paul, 314
Adler, Les K., 246n. 33
Adler, Selig, 145n. 6
Agnew, Spiro, 366-67, 422-23
Alabama Journal, 343-44
Albares, Richard P., 337n. 103 and 104
Alexander, Charles C., 120, 145n. 13 and 14; 116; 121; 146n. 25; 147n. 55, 66, 70 and 77
Allen, Frederick Lewis, 133; 145n. 2, 3, 5; 147n. 82; 149n. 131; 198; 207n. 142 and 144
Allen, Gary, 260
Allen, Henry J., 127
Allport, Gordon W., 491
Altbach, Philip, 336n. 98
America, 261
American Alliance, 77
American Civil Liberties Union, 111, 319
American Conservative Union, 348
American Council of Christian Churches, 275
American Defense Society, 140
American Jewish Committee, 137, 277, 328, 354-55, 398
American Jewish Yearbook, The, 149 n. 117, 118 and 119; 286n. 111
American Labor Bureau, 86
American Mercury, The, 275, 313, 419
American Nazi party, 352, 353
American Opinion, 7, 18, 251, 252, 256, 260, 263, 264, 265, 266, 272-73, 313, 318, 321
American Opinion Speakers Bureau, 267, 268
American Party ( California), 83
American Patriotic League, 82
American Progress, 190; 206n. 116
Americans for Democratic Action, 17-18, 217, 322-24
Ander, Fritief, 105n. 40, 43 and 46; 106 n. 61
Anders, Dr. Allison, 322
Anderson, Jack, 245n. 21
Anderson, Thomas J., 310
Andrews, T. Coleman, 414, 419
Anti-Defamation League (ADL), 265
App, Austin, J., 419
Apter, David E., 374n. 28
Argyle, Michael, 145n. 9
Aryan Order of St. George, 82
Asbestos Workers, 362
Ashbrook, James, 348
Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (AAPA), 200
Association of George C. Wallace Voters, 413-15
Association of Georgia Klans, 276
Atlantic Monthly, 142
Avin, Benjamin H., 149n. 124, 126, 127 and 128
Baltzell, E. Digby, 107n. 91 and 92
Barker, Earlene T., 147n. 83; 149n. 125 and 128
Barnes. Gilbert, 71n. 117

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables ix
  • Preface xv
  • Notes xxiii
  • Chapter 1 Political Extremism 3
  • Notes 31
  • Chapter 2 Before the Civil War 34
  • Notes 67
  • Chapter 3 the Protestant Crusades from the Civil War to World War I 72
  • Notes 104
  • Chapter 4 the Bigoted Twenties 110
  • Notes 145
  • Chapter 5 the 1930's: Extremism of the Depression 150
  • Notes 202
  • Chapter 6 the 1950's: Mccarthyism 209
  • Notes 245
  • Chapter 7 the Era of the John Birch Society 248
  • Notes 282
  • Chapter 8 the Birch Society and Its Contemporaries: Social Base 288
  • Notes 333
  • Chapter 9 George Wallace and the New Nativism 338
  • Notes 373
  • Chapter 10 George Wallace: the Election and the Electorate 378
  • Notes 424
  • Chapter 11 Extremists and Extremism 428
  • Notes 482
  • Chapter 12 Political Extremism: Past and Future 484
  • Notes 515
  • Methodological Appendix to Chapter 11 517
  • Notes 522
  • General Index 525
  • Index of Proper Names 537
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