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How did the KKK impact the US?

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The Ku Klux Klan impacted the USA by inciting racial discrimination

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No impact. The KKK began as "night riders " in the south as a result of the civil war and to scare the freed slaves.


The KKK affected the US adversely.


KKK was a Huge impact on the emancipation


The KKK did not help the US in any way.


The KKK had a major impact in keeping African Americans from advancing economically.


no he was a natzi. the KKK is the US only too.


The KKK exists in the southern states of the US such as Alabama & Mississippi.


President U. Grant was a member of the kkk.



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The KKK was formed at the end of the US Civil War in Pulaski, Tennessee.


down south the police would join the KKK instead of stopping them.



The KKK thrived from about the 1880s into the 1920s. It declined in influence after that but continued to have strength and influence, especially in the US South, into the 1960s.


It terrorized most Blacks and intimidated them. This made their lives worse.


None- . The KKK arose in the South after the Civil War. No US presidents had any adult ties with the Southern states in the years that the KKK was active so there is no reason why any of them would have joined.


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What did the KKK believe?


The KKK was or were Catholics


There was no cardinal of the KKK.


Yes, the KKK is still here. There are about 1,000 members in the KKK today.


In the short story "The Adventure of the Five Orange Pips," the KKK stood for an organization formed in the southern US after the US Civil War known as the Ku Klux Klan.


The KKK was started in Tennessee.



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