- n. Plural form of segregationist.
“Let me tell you a story to illustrate exactly what the segregationists are asking for.”
“Likewise during the civil rights era, while the civil rights movement relied substantially on black churches as sources of both organization and inspiration and also found allies in many Northern mainline Protestant churches, some segregationists also found a religious rationale for their beliefs.”
“Lyndon Johnson, shown signing the legislation, made a crucial last-minute phone call that enabled us to break a filibuster by Southern segregationists and pass the bill.”
“When I was a young senator, the segregationists told me that racial integration would weaken the nation.”
“By this time the Southern segregationists had lost the major battles over civil rights, but Allen still stood for a small reactionary bloc that continued to fight rearguard actions against almost all social justice legislation.”
“Within a few years many of the old white segregationists—Strom Thurmond and Jesse Helms, to name two—had left the party to become Republicans.”
“Yeah, Lott only suggested that America would have been better off if segregationists had controlled the nation in the fifties and sixties instead of folks who were committed to ensuring equal rights regardless of race.”
“What the Catholic League is trying to do is imply that there is a connection between homosexuality and molestation, just like segregationists once accused African Americans of raping white women, and Jews were accused of murdering Christian babies.”
“These same comments said by any Republican would be proof positive that Republicans are segregationists and probably members of the Klan.”
“So, Change and the other pro-segregationists, just what do you think would be the potential pitfalls to implementing racial and religious discrimmination as official US policy?”
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