What image comes into your mind when you hear the phrase “white supremacy”? If you are a modern American, well-socialized into the current reigning ideology, the image is probably an old monochrome news picture from the Civil Rights era featuring leering white cops assaulting helpless blacks with billy clubs, attack dogs, or fire hoses.
For non-Americans of the modern West the image might be from some different event—the Sharpeville massacre, perhaps—but the content is essentially the same: white people being beastly to blacks.
If your cognitive reflexes come with audio accompaniment, you might hear the strains of some ditty from that same era: Bob Dylan’s “Oxford Town” (1963), maybe:
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