The Klu Klux Klan's Beliefs

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The Klu Klux Klan is a group of people who believed that people who viewed against their beliefs should be punished.Examples are African Americans,Jews, immigrants,gays and lesbians, and catholics. They started to spread aro8nd the USA from their original southern location.Spreading into all parts of America, the Klan attempted to take control of small towns and acquire members by creating fear of those who are "different" and professing to embrace truly "American" values.Witness is about the story of the Klan 's attempt to recruit members in a small town in Vermont in 1924. Leanora Sutter is a young black girl who feels isolated by racism and her mother 's recent death. She is friends Esther Hirsh, a young Jewish girl.The Klan 's beliefs

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