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Intelligence Report
2010
Winter Issue
February 27, 2011

The 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War is approaching, and some Southern diehards are still fighting the so-called “War of Northern Aggression.”

Hatewatch
January 25, 2010

The term neo-Confederacy is used to describe twentieth and twenty-first century revivals of pro-Confederate sentiment in the United States.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

The neo-Confederate movement isn't known for its racial diversity, but there long has been one dedicated black man willing to fight for the Southern cause: H.K. Edgerton.

Intelligence Report
2006
Fall Issue
October 19, 2006

When hundreds of students, history professors, town officials and others decried the racism and sorry scholarship of his Southern Slavery, As It Was, Wilson mocked them all publicly, scoffing at what he called the "intoleristas."

Intelligence Report
2006
Fall Issue
October 19, 2006

To the joy of neo-Confederate activists in Alabama, Ellen Williams, a woman known for her white supremacist views, has been hired as a staff correspondent by The South Alabamian, a small weekly newspaper based in Jackson, Ala.

Intelligence Report
2006
Summer Issue
August 11, 2006

Sam Currin, the legal chief for the Southern heritage group Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) and a former U.S. attorney from North Carolina, was indicted in April in a major tax scheme.

Intelligence Report
2006
Summer Issue
August 11, 2006

Three members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) group traveled to a NASCAR race in to protest the racing association's recent moves to discourage the flying of the Confederate battle flag at races.

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