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POLITICAL NOTE: Black in White

That Alabama's Senator Hugo La Fayette Black was no stranger to the Ku Klux Klan was no secret in political Washington when the President nominated him to the...

KU KLUX KLAN: Washington Splurge

It is the custom of the Ku Klux Klan in recent years to make an annual splurge in Washington, D. C., so that mere laymen can gaze on the marching "brothers."...

National Affairs: Vengeful

Once, in Dallas, Tex., there was a mediocre dentist with ,an eye for business ventures. He joined the Ku Klux Klan; now he is Imperial Wizard; he knows he has...

Letters: Jan. 3, 1927

Dentist Cram Sirs: . . . To my mind your cover picture (TIME, Dec. 13) of our great architect Ralph Adams Cram is libelous. Mr. Cram is a handsome...

KU KLUX KLAN: Unmasked

Historians of another century will record the rise of the Ku Klux Klan during the "World War," and its fall thereafter, according to humor. A Carlyle will call...

National Affairs: Investigations

Believing that the days of the session were numbered, Senators continued avidly in pursuit of the facts supposed to lie behind their various investigations. The...

People: People, Jul. 29, 1946

Excursions Dwight Eisenhower, General of the Army, and his four brothers (Milton, Earl, Arthur and Edgar), looking alike as five fish in a fry, hit out for...

POLITICAL NOTES: Heil Huey!

Last week Louisiana treated the nation to a Legislative spectacle the like of which oldsters had not seen since carpetbag days. As usual, at the centre of...

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