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As Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, he was able to compile a mailing list of thousands of rank-and-file Klansmen and other supporters who would eventually become his political base.
Have you ever applied to any chapter, lodge, or Klavern of the Ku Klux Klan before?
And Kennedy told the producers the current passwords, agenda, and gossip emanating from his own Klan chapter, nathan Bedford Forrest Klavern no.
But a white backlash erupted in 1875, and Democratic-party activists linked up with remnants of the Ku Klux Klan to unleash a wave of riots and terror against blacks and their Republican allies.
Unlike the Ku Klux Klan, which drew support from the poorest whites, the Citizens Council opposed violence and attracted top community leaders from the ranks of the middle and upper classes-doctors, lawyers, and businessmen recruited through the Rotary and Lions and Kiwanis Clubs.
Robert Shelton was a crew-cut, slightly built, almost skeletal thirty-three-year-old former rubber-plant worker and Goodrich tire salesman who now ruled the most powerful Ku Klux Klan faction in the country, the United Klans of America.
And there was one group of Americans who could be counted on to stand up for what was right: the Ku Klux Klan.
Imperial Wizard Robert Shelton and his Ku Klux Klan brass disappeared into the eastern horizon.
What Gotten was witnessing, among many other things, were the The Guns of Midnight187 beginnings of a Ku Klux Klan rebellion, with scores of out-of-state armed Klansmen converging spontaneously on Oxford.