Brett D. Russler

  • Graduate Student

Department Information

History // Graduate Student

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  • Office: REC 404
  • Office Phone: 765-494-4132
  • Office Fax: 765-496-1755
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  • How a group of anticommunist African Americans, including journalist George Schuyler and former FBI informant Julia Brown, in the 20th century publicly resisted the civil rights movement as a communist endeavor through the John Birch Society and its subsidiary organizations, like TACT (Truth About Civil Turmoil) and the American Opinion Speakers Bureau.

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