anonymous
  • anonymous
2) Why were groups like the KKK considered the “Invisible Empire of the South?”
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Because, for one, in the south most of the higher up state and government officials were members of the KKK. Also, the KKK was not considered a terrorist group. The Klan is organized as a brotherhood, and has state and national organization. Some believe it has as many as 8,000 members today in about 150 Klan chapters, although estimates range from around 2,500 - 6,000 possible members.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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