[ dˈɪksa͡ɪkɹˌats], [ dˈɪksaɪkɹˌats], [ d_ˈɪ_k_s_aɪ_k_ɹ_ˌa_t_s]
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The dixiecrats were a political party in the United States during the 1960s. The symbol of the party was a green and white Stars and Bars flag. The party was named for the former Confederate States of America. The Dixiecrats were a conservative party, and they supported state's rights and white supremacy. The Dixiecrats opposed civil rights and integration, and they believed that the government should be smaller and less intrusive. The Dixiecrats were very popular in the southern states, and they often won elections. However, the Dixiecrat party died out after the 1968 election, and it never became a major political force.
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