Neo-Confederacy: A Critical Introduction

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Abbeville Institute, 13, 19n58, 73n67, 202, 220n2
abolition, 78, 85, 217. See also slavery
abortion, 26, 63, 83, 140, 262, 294
ACA. See Alabama Celtic Association
Adams, John, 299
"An Address to Christians throughout the World," 65
AFBNP. See American Friends of the British National Party
affirmative action: as anti-white, 143; effects of, 144; and King holiday, 140; and miscegenation, 141–142; and neo-Confederacy, 4, 12, 131, 159; works on, 163n46. See also quotas
African Americans: and affirmative action, 143–144; and Confederate flag, 169, 177, 280; and conservative thought, 160n4; empowerment of, 134–135; and federal government, 135; in film, 174; hostility toward, 55, 160n1; as inferior, 77, 179, 243; and Ku Klux Klan, 122n29; in literature, 28, 132, 228, 235–236, 237–238, 241, 242–243, 246; lynching of, 81, 82; and music, 255, 268–269, 270, 272, 277– 278n58; and neo-Confederacy, 102; and Reconstruction, 235; rights of, 134, 142, 157; role of, 213; sexuality of, 81, 94n19, 151–152; stereotypes of, 93–94n18, 137, 150–151; and violence, 135, 151, 165n84, 238
agrarianism, 7, 25, 31. See also Southern Agrarians
AIDS, 91, 135
Aiken, David, 229
Alabama: and Confederate flag, 170, 171, 175, 180; state legislature of, 199n132
Alabama (band), 263
Alabama Celtic Association (ACA), 122n23
The Alamo (1960), 215
alcohol, 105, 124–125n48
Allen, David, 294, 295
Allen, George, 313, 315n5
Allman Brothers, 263, 271, 277n55, 278n69
Altman, John, 209
America: The First 350 Years, 214
American Friends of the British National Party (afbnP), 289
American Idol, 267
American Renaissance, 10, 105, 164n84, 302
American Review, 29
American Revolution, 30
Anderson, Alister C., 66

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