infiltrated Ku Klux Klan

Children in Robes of Hate...It Made Me Want To Cry
Jerry Thompson
In Thompson's final article about his time spent undercover as a member of the Ku Klux Klan, he enumerates the most disturbing and troubling experiences as a Klansman. Thompson's entire "My Life with the Klan" series was reprinted by The Tennessean as a separate book with the same title.
Alabama Doctor's Home Klan Recruiting Station
Jerry Thompson
In Thompson's third report on his year spent undercover as a Klansman he describes a recruiting function at the home of a respectable Alabama doctor. Thompson reflects on the Klan's recruiting techniques and says that its not so much their numbers that frighten him, but that they have the sympathies of seemingly respectable citizens. Thompson's entire "My Life with the Klan" series was reprinted by The Tennessean as a separate book with the same title.
Reporter Survives Sudden KKK Quiz
Jerry Thompson
In his second article reporting on his time spent undercover as a Klansman, Thompson describes the final and most nerve-racking stage of his initiation: an interrogation by Klan faction-leader Don Black. Thompson's entire "My Life with the Klan" series was reprinted by The Tennessean as a separate book with the same title.
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