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David Duke: The Latest Crusade
Produced by: Gary Covino
Populism's egalitarian face can turn ugly in times of economic downturns. We want to know who did this to us! Was it the Communists, the capitalists, the Japanese, the Jews, the blacks? has been a battle cry throughout American history. In the old days, in the South, Lyndon Johnson used to lament what he called the politics of nigger, nigger, nigger. In other words, when a candidate got in trouble and didn't know what else to do, he just started yelling the 'N' word. It might not make any sense, but it magically explained everything. It told who the enemy is, and what you ought to do about it. These days the 'N' word isn't used so much. It isn't nice. But we have other words - like welfare, or immigrants. Or that other 'N' word, Nazis. Which kept cropping up ten years ago when David Duke, a former leader of the Ku Klux Klan, ran for governor of Louisiana. Producer Gary Covino covered that campaign - it's a campaign where the candidate lost, but the issues remain very much alive.

Resources

Links:
David Duke
- includes information on his biography, beliefs, articles, and more. Also provides information on the National Organization for European American Rights.

Stop the Hate

PBS: Skin Deep

David Duke: White Revolution on the Internet

Books:
David Duke and the Politics of Race in the South
John C. Kuzenski (Editor) Ronald K. Gaddie (Editor) Charles S. Bullock,3rd (Editor)

My Awakening
David Ernest Duke Harry Benson (Photographer)

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