Spaces of hate : geographies of discrimination and intolerance in the U.S.A. / edited by Colin Flint.
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Table of Contents:
- One social milieu, paradoxical responses : a geographical reexamination of the Ku Klux Klan and the Daughters of the American Revolution in the early twentieth century / Carol Medlicott
- The geography of racial activism : defining whiteness at multiple scales / Kathleen M. Blee
- House bound : women's agency in white separatist movements / Jennifer Fluri and Lorraine Dowler
- Contesting place : antigay and -lesbian hate crime in Columbus, Ohio / Rini Sumartojo
- Blame it on the Casa Nova? : "good scenery and sodomy" in rural southwestern Pennsylvania / Todd Heibel
- If first you don't secede, try, try again : secession, hate and the League of the South / Gerald R. Webster
- United States hegemony and the construction of racial hatreds : the agency of hate groups and the changing world political map / Colin Flint
- Mainstreaming the milita / Carolyn Gallaher
- When extreme political ideas move into the mainstream / Andrew Kirby
- Producing and enforcing the geography of hate : race, housing segregation, and housing-related hate crimes in the United States / Jeff Crump
- Finding and fighting hate where it lives : reflections of a Pennsylvania practitioner / Daniel M. Welliver.