The Klan

The Klan

Book - 1996
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University of Kentucky

" First published in 1978, The Klan is considered the best book on the grandfather of all extremist hate groups. Now, in the wake of the Oklahoma City bombing and other domestic terrorist activities that are the legacy of Klan violence, it is more timely than ever. Realizing the continuing relevance of this book, Patsy Sims has revised it for the first time since its initial publication, adding a new preface and updating the individual chapters. An award-winning journalist, Sims drove more than 1,200 miles over the back roads of the South to begin this book. During two years of research and writing she talked, rallied, and kept in almost constant telephone contact with Klan leaders and members. The result was more than 150n hours of taped interviews revealing the personal experiences of the Klanspeople and their victims. These she wove together with history and contemporary news events for a riveting look inside the organization at the peak of it power.

Baker & Taylor
Traces the recent history of the Ku Klux Klan, looks at the viewpoints of individual men and women active in the Klan, and describes the reasons for the Klan's decline

Publisher: Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, c1996
Edition: 2nd ed
ISBN: 9780813119946
Characteristics: xiv, 307 p. : ill. ; 25 cm


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