Love to Hate: America's Obsession with Hatred and Violence

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INDEX
abortion, 7–9
absolutism: abortion debate and, 7–8; challenging, 173–174; cowboy icon and, 49–51; definition of, 7; gangs and, 74–75; hate groups and, 132–133; naming and, 27; polarization and, 9; in rap music, 63; risks of, 8; thinking patterns in, 7
Accused, The,19
adolescents: cool influences on, 177; critical thinking in, 178; discussion topics for, 176–179; information for parents about, 179; media literacy in, 178–179; parents as role models for, 177; resistance to parental advice, 176–177 Adolf Hitler Youth Camp, 127
advertising, 38
African Americans: as “boys,” 32–35; diminutives and racism, 32–35; enfranchisement of, 33; impact of Great Depression on, 33; Ku Klux Klan activities against, 119–122; military service by, 33; northward migration of, 120; stereotyping of, 10–11, 32–35, 133–134
ambivalence, 142–143
American frontier, 47
American Nazi Party, 122–124
Anderson, Jesse, 107
anti-Catholic movement, 116–118, 137
AntiChrist Superstar,60
Anti-Defamation League, B'Nai B'rith, 125, 163
anti-Semitism: American Nazi Party and, 122–124; hate groups and, 116, 122–124; Rockwell and, 122–123; stereotyping in, 133–134; Zionist Occupational Government (ZOG) and, 135–136
argument: as war metaphor, 40–42
Arrowsmith, Harold N., Jr., 123
Aryan Brotherhood, 127
Aryan Nations, 126–128, 133
Aryan Olympics, 127
Aryan Peace (Pax Aryana), 124
Aryan stereotype, 134–135
Aryan Women's League, 127
Aryan Youth Action, 127
Aryan Youth Movement (AYM), 128
ATF (Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms), 127
Awful Disclosures of the Hotel Dieu Nunnery at Montreal (Monk), 117
Bad Boy Records, 59
Barker, James, 118
Basketball Diaries, The,82–84
Bates, Norman, 93
battle of the sexes: in children, 3–4, 6
Bedogne, Martin, 149–151, 153
behavior: gangs and, 73–74
Berg, Alan: assassination of, 127
bikers: adult fascination with, 51–52; attitude of, 54; as barbarian horde, 52; as cultural icon, 51–56; as demons, 52; as hero, 52–53; media image of, 52–53; physical appearance of, 53; rebellion against society, 54; weekend warrior lifestyle of, 51, 54–56
Bin Laden, Osama: dehumanization of, 17

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