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Dan Homstad Soc 134 3/13/2008 Blood in the face Questions to consider: 1. What kinds of people (in terms of economic class) seems most drawn to the movement? 2. Who is “the enemy?” Which groups of people? What about the Government? 3. What is the role of religion in the White Supremacy movement? 4. White supremacist organizing is often based around the idea of a coming “race war” or “Armageddon” … why is this appealing to movement followers? What does this tell us about the WS movement’s potential for violence? 1. Working class. Auto factories in Michigan. 2. The enemy is no one in specific. Everyone has their own personal vendetta against some sort of group. The government is not allowing patriotic citizens d what they need to do. Government does race mixing and white genocide – don’t want “subhuman trash” ruining white culture. 3. 4. Seven Stages of Hate 1. Grouping – search for like-minded others, provides validation, a sense of
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  • Spring '08
  • Shoemaker
  • White supremacy, Timothy McVeigh, Turner Diaries, white supremacy movement, White supremacist organizing, Dan Homstad Soc

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