By Diane E Davis
Quantity 17 of "Political energy and Social conception" showcases scholarship via historic, political, and fiscal sociologists grouped round 3 vast matters with either modern and old relevance. the 1st is the connection among race, category, and concrete politics, and particularly, how racial and sophistication identities have interaction with one another to provide social and political energy dynamics in twentieth century American towns. the second one topic, the interplay of voters, states, and social routine in either colonial and transnational context, turns clear of the sub-national point of the town and examines social and political dynamics on the point of countries or even empires, even supposing racial identities, social pursuits, and citizenship matters stay suitable in different of those papers to boot. either U.S. and ecu instances are tested. the ultimate subject of inquiry is the social origins of company irresponsibility, an issue that's explored during the lens of organizational conception, state-society family, and the heritage of labor-corporate family. total, the quantity goals to open new old, methodological, and theoretical strains of inquiry for sociologists, association theorists, political scientists, historians, and others who search to appreciate essentially the most urgent inequalities and injustices of our occasions
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21). Yet that is in effect what the civic populists claim. As Lay concludes, ‘‘Almost everywhere [outside of the South] the hooded order refrained from roughshod tactics, tried to work within the existing legal and political systems, and succeeded in attracting a broad cross section of the white Protestant middle class’’ (Lay, 1995, p. 147). 10 CHRIS RHOMBERG The civic populist view has been strongly criticized by historian Nancy MacLean (1994, pp. xiii, 65–66), for whom the second Klan remains a deeply racist and reactionary movement.
In Indianapolis, Klan Mayor John Duvall, elected in 1925, was convicted for taking illegal campaign money, forced to resign and sent to jail, along with the city purchasing agent, the city controller, and other officials (Moore, 1991, pp. 145, 182; Jackson, 1967, p. 12 In Denver, the Klan’s downfall was initially triggered not by elite opposition but by disaffected Klan member Mayor Ben Stapleton, who split from Colorado Grand Dragon John Galen Locke. In April 1925, Stapleton launched a series of vice raids with his own deputies in order to regain control of the Klan-dominated city police force.
133, 154, 173; MacLean, 1994, pp. 6–8). Successful klaverns frequently enjoyed formal or informal tolerance from authorities, avoiding repression and even infiltrating police and other law enforcement agencies. By contrast, the movement showed less Class, Race, and Urban Politics 13 militancy or success where it faced official opposition or significant countermobilization (Goldberg, 1996, pp. 32–48; Jenkins, 1981, pp. 117ff). Politically, the Klan’s attention to local issues was not due to any essential provincialism, but followed from explicit national Klan strategy, and paralleled the ubiquity of local government structures under the American federalist state.
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