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The Myth of Republican Racism - National Review Online
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The Myth of Republican RacismNational Review OnlineHis assertion — that the Republican and Democratic parties “changed sides” in the 1960s on civil rights, with white racists leaving the Democratic party to join the Republicans — has become conventional wisdom. It's utterly false and should be ...and more »
 
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It's racism, not “principled conservatism”: The South, civil rights, GOP myths ... - Salon
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SalonIt's racism, not “principled conservatism”: The South, civil rights, GOP myths ...SalonLyndon Johnson, one of the smartest Southern politicians ever, had no doubt in his mind — “There goes the South for a generation,” he reportedly said, after signing the Civil Rights Act in 1964. But the South was already halfway out the door at the time.
 
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It's racism, not “principled conservatism”: The South, civil rights, GOP myths ... - Salon
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SalonIt's racism, not “principled conservatism”: The South, civil rights, GOP myths ...SalonLyndon Johnson, one of the smartest Southern politicians ever, had no doubt in his mind — “There goes the South for a generation,” he reportedly said, after signing the Civil Rights Act in 1964. But the South was already halfway out the door at the time.
 
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The Myth of Republican Racism - National Review Online
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The Myth of Republican RacismNational Review OnlineHis assertion — that the Republican and Democratic parties “changed sides” in the 1960s on civil rights, with white racists leaving the Democratic party to join the Republicans — has become conventional wisdom. It's utterly false and should be ...and more »
 
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The Myth of Republican Racism - National Review Online
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The Myth of Republican RacismNational Review OnlineHis assertion — that the Republican and Democratic parties “changed sides” in the 1960s on civil rights, with white racists leaving the Democratic party to join the Republicans — has become conventional wisdom. It's utterly false and should be ...and more »
 
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It's racism, not “principled conservatism”: The South, civil rights, GOP myths ... - Salon
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SalonIt's racism, not “principled conservatism”: The South, civil rights, GOP myths ...SalonLyndon Johnson, one of the smartest Southern politicians ever, had no doubt in his mind — “There goes the South for a generation,” he reportedly said, after signing the Civil Rights Act in 1964. But the South was already halfway out the door at the time.
 
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Hey White People: A Kinda Awkward Note to America by Ferguson Kids
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Racism is not over, but these kids from Ferguson, Missouri, are way over it.In a new video from social justice-oriented T-shirt company FCKH8, several Ferguson children lampoon the excuses white people give to avoid getting involved in ending discrimination in America and deliver a call to action to stomp out racism."Just because Beyoncé is on your playlist and you voted for Obama doesn't mean th
 
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It's racism, not “principled conservatism”: The South, civil rights, GOP myths ... - Salon
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SalonIt's racism, not “principled conservatism”: The South, civil rights, GOP myths ...SalonLyndon Johnson, one of the smartest Southern politicians ever, had no doubt in his mind — “There goes the South for a generation,” he reportedly said, after signing the Civil Rights Act in 1964. But the South was already halfway out the door at the time.
 
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The Myth of Republican Racism - National Review Online
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The Myth of Republican RacismNational Review OnlineHis assertion — that the Republican and Democratic parties “changed sides” in the 1960s on civil rights, with white racists leaving the Democratic party to join the Republicans — has become conventional wisdom. It's utterly false and should be ...and more »
 
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The Myth of Republican Racism - National Review Online
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The Myth of Republican RacismNational Review OnlineHis assertion — that the Republican and Democratic parties “changed sides” in the 1960s on civil rights, with white racists leaving the Democratic party to join the Republicans — has become conventional wisdom. It's utterly false and should be ...and more »
 
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