Index
I
Abortion rights. See Feminism
Adorno, Theodor. See Frankfurt
School
African American subjectivity. See
Blackness
Ambiguity: gender and, 255, 264; moral-
ity and, 258; as safe for democracy;
232–33; as sign of fascism, 227, 229–
30
American History X, 189–90, 195, 201–6,
325 n.51. See also Kaye, Tony
American Mercury (magazine), 297 n.24
Anderson, Benedict, 293 n.4, 326 n.62
Androgyny, 216–17, 222, 224, 228, 231,
277–78, 327 n.11, 328 n.27. See also
Cross-dressing
Anonymity: fear of, 193–94
Anti-a≈rmative action, 180, 183, 185–
86. See also Racism
Anti-communism, 52, 57–58, 72, 75–77,
82, 98, 123–24, 139–42, 145–46, 169,
297 n.24, 300 n.10, 304 n.8, 305 n.11,
314 n.2; and images of the Soviet
Union, 75–77, 98, 115; House Un-
American Activities Committee
(huac), 140
Anti-environmentalism, 276
Anti-federal government rhetoric, 72,
85–86, 90, 97, 183–86, 208–9; images
of Janet Reno (attorney general), 100.
See also Anti-gun control rhetoric; Bu-
reau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Fire-
arms (batf); McVeigh, Timothy;
Pierce, William; Ruby Ridge; Waco II:
The Big Lie Continues
Antifeminism. See Family values rhetoric
Antigay rhetoric. See Family values
rhetoric
Anti-gun control rhetoric, 89, 103, 182,
323 n.22; and the National Rifle As-
sociation (nra), 73, 98–100, 309 n.65.
See also McVeigh, Timothy; Militia
movement
Antihomophobia, 282, 340 n.6. See also
Feminism; Gay and lesbian rights
Anti-immigrant rhetoric, 180–81, 183,
186, 191–92, 196–97, 203. See also
Racism
Antiracism, 282, 323 n.24, 325 n.52,
340 n.6
Anti-Semitism, 45, 52–54, 60, 69, 76–77,
80, 90–91, 95, 115, 142–44, 147–56,
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