What would the success of the Ku Klux Klan mean to the nation?
A study of the psychology of the present Ku Klux Klan will show that it is in every detail what the old Klan was. So are its aims and methods. The sole difference between the two is that the present one is more extensive in its operations. The activities of the first Klan were directed mainly at one group of American citizens; the second, at several groups. Hence the most accurate prediction as to what the success of the present Klan would mean to the nation is, without a doubt, to be found in a knowledge of the workings of the old Klan.
-From the Foreword.
Author: J.A. Rogers
Publisher: Black Classic Press (June 1980)
Dimensions: 0.2 x 5.5 x 8.5 inches