Paris Under the Occupation

Sartre's attempt to justify France's apparently cowardly behavior under the ...


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The South

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Family Intervention, Ku Klux Klan Style

United States History American History U.S. History

In the social unease that followed World War I, some groups sought to preserve white Protestant morality in the face of new challenges to the old order. A reborn Ku Klux Klan focused not on racial matters but on social behavior, with a peculiar, not-so-subtle intervention in family affairs. 

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