Corpus ID: 153026717

KLAN AND COMMONWEALTH: THE KU KLUX KLAN AND POLITICS IN KENTUCKY 1921-1928

@inproceedings{Kirschenbaum2005KLANAC,
  title={KLAN AND COMMONWEALTH: THE KU KLUX KLAN AND POLITICS IN KENTUCKY 1921-1928},
  author={Robert J. Kirschenbaum},
  year={2005}
}
  • Robert J. Kirschenbaum
  • Published 2005
  • History
  • OF THESIS KLAN AND COMMONWEALTH: THE KU KLUX KLAN AND POLITICS IN KENTUCKY 1921-1928 The Ku Klux Klan was a major force in American political and social life throughout the better part of the nineteen-twenties. This study examines the Klan, its growth, role, and demise with respect to the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It is largely the story of the Klan’s failure to develop successfully as it was inhibited by local political factors throughout the Commonwealth. 

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