Klu Klux Klan Analysis

265 Words2 Pages
In a document associated with chapter twenty three; Hiram W. Evans gives his explanation of what the Klu Klux Klan stood for and their purpose. Throughout this document there is a reoccurring theme of self-victimization, justice, and racial pride.
Hiram Evans establishes the theme of self-victimization and racial pride when he illustrates what he believes is being taken from the “Nordic” Americans. He focuses on the negative aspects that he feels is harming the American people and causing them modify their government and morals. Evans constantly promotes the American race as the seniority of all races. He describes his race as being so great and talks about how much it has declined because of other races.
A theme of justice is reflected when
Open Document