How Demagogues Spawn Systems of Oppression & Violence
PREJUDICE + POWER = OPPRESSION
(Prejudiced Beliefs + Discriminatory Acts + Power Structure Dominance = Societal Systems of Oppression)
A Formula to Help Unravel the Dynamics & Intersectionality of
Prejudice | Privilege | Supremacism | Bigotry | Denigration | Discrimination | Power | Oppression
Dualism | Scapegoating | Demonization | Conspiracism | Dehumanization | Demagoguery
Aggression | Apocalyptic Aggression | Segregation | Ethnoviolence | Slavery | Expulsion | Genocide
Bibliography: Fundamentalism and Evangelicalism
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Ammerman, Nancy T. 1991. “North American Protestant Fundamentalism,” in Martin E. Marty and R. Scott Appleby, eds., Fundamentalisms Observed, The Fundamentalism Project 1, pp. 1-65. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Balmer, Randall. 1999. Blessed Assurance: A History of Evangelicalism in America. Boston: Beacon Press.
>Brasher, Brenda E. 1998. Godly Women: Fundamentalism and Female Power. New Brunswick , N.J.: Rutgers University Press.
_____. 2001. “When Your Friend is Your Enemy: American Christian Fundamentalists and Israel at the New Millennium.” In Millennial Visions: Essays on Twentieth-Century Millenarianism, edited by Martha F. Lee. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.
Cuneo, Michael W. 1997. The Smoke of Satan: Conservative and Traditionalist Dissent in Contemporary American Catholicism. New York: Oxford University Press.
Marsden, George. 1991. Understanding Fundamentalism and Evangelicalism. Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
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