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This is a great book for anyone interested in Catholic history, US history, and the history of hate groups in the United States.
==This book is well written, making the historical events come alive with his excellent characterizations of the key players and fast moving story.
The true story of how the teams, faculty and student body were able to fend off this attempt by the Klu Klux Clan to destroy the university.
This story should be better known, wonderfully told by the author. Makes this Catholic long for the days when ND stood for more than football and liberalism.Published 9 months ago by jim
There is a lot of archive research embedded in it.
There is great insight and the author attempts
to project his work into the times he describes. Read more
The rise of the KKK in the 1920s is an epic story. However Notre Dame had virtually no role in its downfall. That isn't opinion that's history. Read morePublished on June 9, 2012 by R. C Sheehy
Having read most every book published on the history of Notre Dame this book has some interesting new never before reported discussions on a challenging period in Notre Dame... Read morePublished on October 25, 2011 by William Reifsteck
Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis: Student Employee Found Guilty of 'Racial Harassment' for Reading a Book
One of FIRE's (Foundation for Individual... Read more
This is a valuable book in that it provides insight into a little known, but nevertheless important event in 20th Century American. Read morePublished on March 26, 2005 by K. Fischer