2 edition of Theodore G. Bilbo"s rhetoric of racial relations found in the catalog.
Theodore G. Bilbo"s rhetoric of racial relations
Thurston Ermon Doler
Written in English
|Statement||by Thurston Ermon Doler.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 285 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||285|
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Theodore G. Bilbo was governor of Mississippi for two terms and a U.S. Senator for two, from to He ranks high and shrill among the crowded thicketry of openly racist and violence-loving American politicians.
On June 6, D Day's second anniversary-Etoy Fletcher, a black Army veteran who'd served 23 months in the South Pacific, tried to register to vote in. Theodore G. Bilbo and the Decline of Public Racism, By Robert L. Fleegler “I call on every red-blooded white man to use any means to keep the niggers away from the polls[;] if you don’t understand what that means you are just plain dumb.” 1 These were the words of United States senator Theodore Size: 76KB.
Sen. Theodore Bilbo was the author of Take Your Choice: Separation or Mongrelization which was published in which is the year that he died. In the book, Bilbo responded to Gunnar Myrdal’s arguments in An American Dilemma in favor of racial integration. Interestingly enough, he pitched the book as an appeal to both races to preserve their.
We explore the conjecture that norms of racial rhetoric in US campaigns have shifted over the last several years. Prior work suggests that the way politicians talk about race affects the power of racial attitudes in political judgments. Racial priming theory suggests that explicit racial rhetoric—messages overtly hostile toward minorities—would be by: "This book examines and establishes the importance of one aspect of popular political arguments - rhetorical features that draw upon tradition as taken-for-granted values, judgments, and calculations.
It illustrates how popular political arguments draw upon this "rhetoric of right," unique to each political community, to establish the "correctness" or "rightness" of a policy proposal.
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The poetics of national and racial identity in nineteenth-century American literature / John D. Kerkering. – (Cambridge studies in American literature and culture ; ).
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Kerkering’s study examines the literary history of racial and national identity in nineteenth-century America. Kerkering argues that writers such as Du Bois, Lanier, Simms, and Scott used poetic.
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