Dixiecrats

NOUN
  1. a former political party in the United States; formed in 1948 by Democrats from southern states in order to oppose to the candidacy of Harry S Truman
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How To Use Dixiecrats In A Sentence

  • So let's see, all the Dixiecrats that left the Democratic party due to blacks and civil rights to become republicans, now will return to the democratic party of abortion and gay rights. Will Dem House Takeover Spark Future GOP Defections?
  • All it requires is following the example of some of their more ignoble predecessors - the Dixiecrats.
  • What we do know is whenever there is a black outfront in the "new" Republican Party (the party that embraced the Dixiecrats after they bolted from the Democratic Party when they supported civil rights legislation in the 1960s), there's some trickaration in the game. Black Entertainment : Black News : Urban News : Hip Hop News - EURweb.com
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