Scalawag

In United States history, scalawags were southern whites who supported Reconstruction and the Republican Party after the American Civil War. Like similar terms such as `carpetbagger` the word has a long history of use as a slur against Southerners considered by other conservative or pro-federation Southerners to betray the region`s values by su......
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scalawag

[n] - white Southerner supporting Reconstruction policies after the Civil War usually for self-interest
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Scalawag

• (n.) A scamp; a scapegrace.
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Scalawag

Scal'a·wag noun A scamp; a scapegrace. [ Spelt also scallawag .] [ Slang, U.S.] Bartlett.
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scalawag

in U.S. history, any Southerner who supported the federal plan of Reconstruction after the Civil War or who joined with the black freedman and the ... [1 related articles]
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scalawag

In US history, a derogatory term for white Southerners who, during and after the Civil War 1861-65, supported the Republican Party, and black emancipation and enfranchisement. ...
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