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|Date:||2008 Feb. 22|
Encyclopedia article about the Dixiecrats, a political party organized in the summer of 1948 by conservative white southern Democrats committed to states' rights and the maintenance of segregation and opposed to federal intervention into race, and to a lesser degree, labor relations. The Dixiecrats, formally known as the States' Rights Democratic Party, were disturbed by their region's declining influence within the national Democratic Party. The Dixiecrats held their one and only convention in Birmingham.
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|Types:||Articles | Interactive Resource|
|Subjects:||States' Rights Democratic Party | United States--Race relations--History--20th century | United States--Politics and government--1945-1953 | Race relations | Alabama--Race relations | Political parties--Alabama | Political parties--Southern States | States' rights (American politics) | Alabama | Southern States|
|Collection:||Institution:||Encyclopedia of Alabama||Contributors:||Encyclopedia of Alabama (Project)||Online Publisher:||[Auburn, Ala.] : Alabama Humanities Foundation and Auburn University | 2008-02-22||Rights and Usage:|
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