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Discuss the various meanings and applications of the concept of ‘white rage.’ What are some ways in which it manifests, and what effects does it have? What are some examples of white rage that you have witnessed, either firsthand or in the news?

This question prompts readers to directly engage with the basic premise and preface of the book. Anderson discusses the definition of white rage in the prologue, along with some examples of it. Readers should reflect on this definition, as well as examples throughout the book. Readers may also integrate firsthand experience and other knowledge of the subject.

What significant events and dynamics does Anderson highlight in the Civil War and Reconstruction eras? How do these dynamics relate to racism and white rage in general? Also, how did these events contribute to later patterns of racism?

The book begins its chronological survey with the Civil...

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