Paula Tarnapol Whitacre
Washington Independent Review of Books
This book draws from the once well-known Ku Klux Klan hearings before Congress in the early 1870s, during which witnesses recounted their experiences with post-Civil War white supremacist terrorism in the Southern states.
The discovery of a plaque showing a member of the Ku Klux Klan at the US military academy made headlines. One member of the commission which recommended its removal is a historian of the US army and the lost cause myth.
Concerns that "other" groups were demographically outpacing white, Anglo-Saxon, Protestant women spurred efforts to limit the bodily autonomy of white women and limit access to contraception in order to force them to have children.
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