They Called Themselves the K.K.K.: The Birth of an American Terrorist Group Topics for Discussion

Susan Campbell Bartoletti
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Imagine what it would be like to have lived in the South before the War. Think of the movies you have seen and the life it showed. Think of how the black men and women were depicted in Gone with the Wind. Now, imagine what it was like after the War. What would a war savaged land look like? What could one man do with acres of land that he couldn't work even if he could afford to plant it? Discuss the new world that you would be living in. Discuss the physical aspects as well as the emotional.

How do you imagine the Reconstruction would have happened if Lincoln had been alive? How could he have helped the transition? What do you think Johnson's part was? Did he help or hinder the situation? Use specific examples in Johnson's case.

Do you think the...

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