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What Is Wrong After had read the primary source document it was concluded that there were many falsehoodsmyths and fantasies on which the film is based The way the carpetbaggers and scalawags conducted themselves and their motives they had used were different just as their social make-up The era in which this film took place in was highly publicized along with its corruption due to the biracial and bipartisan which had polluted the politics in the North and South African-American who also had power in politics experienced many problems in comparison with their white counter-parts The radical governments were overthrown not because they were corrupt but because the reforms they instituted threatened the supremacy of whites and the subordination of black labor After reading this I was shocked the extremes that white Americans went to just to make sure that black would never be seen as human beings The title of the film is odd in the way that it can be seen two different ways and as well be seen as a weakness The title may refer to the birth of the reunited states or the birth of the Ku Klux Klan I tend to think that the film has a double meaning In showing the KKK as good guys it is obvious that Griffith was trying to show their birth as a positive event for the United States which is a tremendous weakness to African-Americans Also he was showing that the US was once again reunited after the war leading to the strengthening of the nation It forebodes the future when the South and the blacks living there are kept in check by the KKK making the US that much greater Though it would be better to ignore this notion of the birth of the KKK it cannot be due to the films content although the film does show a truly united states The film is
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