War in Kanawha County: School Textbook Protest in West Virginia in 1974
Though the war has long since ended in Kanawha County, the controversial curriculum continues to cause conflict across the country today. The Constitution of the United States Fundamentals of Pathology - Pathoma History High School Hardcover Textbooks.
This violent clash over textbooks in West Virginia prepped the nation for a New Right movement
K anawha County is home to Charleston, the capital of West Virginia and its largest city. From there, a new dimension was added to the controversy: Nine thousand children were kept home.
Still it strengthened the impression that working-class rural whites were on principle opposed to the textbooks, which had the effect of a self-fulfilling prophesy. When protesters assembled in public, it was clear that rural cultural identification was key to the way they understood the controversy and their place in it. Middle-class Christians echoed this sense of grievance: The demonstrations continued for months, and featured a diverse cast of protesters. Still others were simply racists, primarily angry about the multicultural mandate.
In the late fall, things turned violent. Chapter 4 Trials and Tribulations.
This violent 1974 clash over textbooks in West Virginia prepped the nation for a New Right movement
Chapter 5 Court Order Cripples Protest. Chapter 6 The Calm before the Storm. Chapter 19 The Alliance Struggles On. Chapter 20 The Alliances Slate. Chapter 21 School Board Bombed.
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Chapter 26 Strange Happenings. Chapter 8 The Die Is Cast.
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