Redemption Through Blood: The White Line Terrorist Movement in Mississippi, 1875
American Civil War
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Publisher:Ohio State University. Mershon Center for International Security Studies
In contrast with the prevailing narrative, which depicts the destruction of Reconstruction as an elitist and conservative event, Fellman argues that it was a revivalist and terrorist white supremacist popular movement, grounded in political violence, and coupled to evangelical rallying of the white race and systematic denial of any political or public expression of collective black power.
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