The origins of the Ku Klux Klan
On December 24, 1865, in the law office of Judge Thomas Jones, in the small town of Pulaski, TN, near the Alabama border, six young Confederate veterans organized a secret society. The name was debated over, starting from "kuklid" from Greek word "kuklos, meaning "circle." Then it was broken into two parts, "ku klux." The "klan" part was then added to make the repetitious sound.
The Klan wanted to arouse public suspicion about the organization, various things were used to make this happen. First off, the oath bound every member to complete secrecy about the organization. …
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