Klansville U.S.A. The Rise and Fall of the Civil Rights-Era Ku Klux Klan (PDF Download)



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What This Book Reveals

You’re about to step into a startling chapter of history with Klansville, U.S.A., a book that meticulously chronicles the Ku Klux Klan’s explosive growth during the civil rights era, particularly their stronghold in North Carolina. This isn’t just another recount of KKK terror; it’s an analysis that gets to the heart of why they peaked in the Tar Heel state.

The Core Insights

North Carolina was not just any hub for the KKK; it was the epicenter in the 1960s. The state had more members than all other Southern states combined! But why here? You’ll get answers that break down this paradoxical surge against a backdrop of supposed progressivism.

Why It’s Compelling

Dive into interviews with actual Klan members and leaders, alongside fresh archival materials. Author David Cunningham doesn’t just present facts—he connects dots. He links these extremist activities with wider movements across the South, showing you how resistance to civil rights shaped conservative politics and led to a seismic political shift.

Who Should Read It

If you’re intrigued by American history, social movements, or understanding modern political realignments, this is your read. Whether you’re a student, scholar, or simply someone who yearns to know more about this dark time in American history, Klansville, U.S.A. will equip you with new perspectives on racial dynamics and extremism’s roots in society.

Don’t miss out on this chance for an eye-opening exploration into one of America’s most notorious hate groups and their unexpected stronghold.

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