His great allies are Hypocrisy, Sanctity, Habit, Fanaticism and NOTHINGISM
The San Bernardino Weekly Times carried an article in 1875, titled "Know Nothingism
Revived" although few additional mentions appear until the mid-1880s (Issac 1875).
Southern Know Nothingism
was but a phase of that opposition.
See also Michael E Holt, "The Politics of Impatience: The Origins of Know Nothingism
," Journal of American History 60, no.
26) The economic and electoral reforms enacted by this session of the legislature would set off a chain of reaction and counter-reaction, leading first to the emergence of Know Nothingism
, and then to the end of Whiggery itself.
Farrell's novel is also a reminder, if any were needed, that the exiles of the most distressful nation, who confronted not only nativist violence that Know Nothingism
sanctioned but also economic discrimination ("No Irish Need Apply"), did not become champions of universal human rights.
The decade of the 1890s witnessed the resurgence of the debate on immigration, quiescent since the Know Nothingism
of the 1850s.
And, once again, Hahn has trotted out his benevolence and know- nothingism
as his defense.
4) Others acknowledge the ethnocultural dimension of Know Nothingism, but are also impressed by its antiparty and reform tendencies.
In purely political terms, Know Nothingism was indeed a fissiparous movement.
The issues and concerns at the heart of Know Nothingism in Amesbury and Salisbury, furthermore, resonated far beyond these two towns.
died and the church grew and prospered.