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Text Preview Kyra Frazier 
Mrs. Dodd 
English M.1 
Research 
The KKK 
http://bio.sunyorange.edu/updated2/creationism/bad%20religion/5_klan.htm  Many terrorists are fervent in their religious faith and classify their opponents as being irreligious  or as promoting changes which are contrary to divine will.   Although there was still a persecution of blacks, especially in the south, much of the popularity  of the Klan was due to the perception that conservative Anglo­Saxon Protestantism needed to  defend itself against Catholics, Jews, immigrants, woman suffrage, resistance to prohibition, and  evolution.  

Blacks lived in fear of physical punishment, just as in the days of the first Klan.  Catholics were targeted with cross burnings, economic boycotts, and assaults. One group  convinced themselves that they were actually going to lynch the Pope.  Little community of North Manchester experienced a rare episode of mass hysteria​   An 

overzealous Klan lecturer had been telling them that the Pope would be arriving any day. “He  may even be on the northbound train tomorrow!  He may!…Watch the trains!”  The next day,  nearly fifteen hundred North Manchester residents boarded the northbound Monon in an attempt  to ambush the Pope.  The only passenger on board was a quiet little man who saw the mob was  in a lynching mood.  In desperation, he explained that he was only a corset salesman.  They 

didn’t believe him.  He got out a valise crammed with his wares, and after a while, they let him  and the train go, figuring that not even the Pope would carry that many corsets.  9/11 
http://mass­hysteria.wikispaces.com/Post+9­11 
America's taking small steps in recovering from our post hysteria following 9/11. Ever since 9/11  America has been in terror mode thinking that the same thing will happen again eventually to us.  The post 9/11 scare represents the same situation as it did in Salem after the Witch Trials  because everyone was scared more people were going to be charged ​ with witchcraft even though 

no such thing existed. A lot of Americans think we reacted to suddenly to the Middle East after  9/11 saying it was wrong to invade Iraq because it was not thought out very well we had no plan  other than to free their country. This relates to the Crucible because they did a similar thing as  the United States they were looking for answers to their problems because everyone was scared  so they called for help bringing Reverend Hale and Reverend Paris to help settle the Situation  down which didn’t really work because towards the end there was more madness then they had  hoped. To summarize the post mass hysteria of 9/11 is that Americans are still afraid of a similar  event like 9/11 will happen again and we will have a repeat of terror that shocked our country  once before, this is like Salem because the whole Witch Trial scene began to scare everyone to  death because there was no sense behind it and people believed that it would never end so they  looked for help but it didn’t help them like they thought it would.   

 
http://impacts911.weebly.com/how­did­mass­hysteria­impact­your­event.html 

HOW DID 9/11 LEAD TO MASS HYSTERIA?​
  9/11 lead to mass hysteria because it was a 
horrible, sudden tragedy that many people did not see coming. Nobody knew how to react.  Numerous people were affected and families were scarred and they lived in a state of paranoia.   Ever since 9/11 Americans have been living in terror. Many people had gone into shock, and it  brought fear into their lives. Americans didn't know what to do or how to ​ react​

, many panicked 
and had violent outbursts themselves. The attack was terrible it killed many people, and it was  the worst attack on   American soil since Pearl Harbor.   EXAMPLES OF MASS HYSTERIA: 
● Americans started burning down mosques and vandalizing them after 9/11.  ● Individuals were killed  solely because they were Muslim.  ● Acts of violence and discrimination rose. 
● Prejudice​... Show More

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