The KKK used guns, their fists, and other weapons to intimidate people with violence and more commonly, the threat of violence.
They were after Mormon's Jew's and black's The KKK was pretty much worshipers of Adolf Hitler and his practices
The main direct victims were black Americans but everyone has been harmed to some degree by the KKK.
The KKK had more ability to terrorize Blacks in the 1870's. This was due in part because of poor law enforcement and communications.
The KKK spread terror, whipped, killed, robbed and drove them from their homes in great numbers. One example is that the KKK forced them to break the ice and bathe in freezing waters of the Kentucky River.
By putting fear into their lives. Terrorizing their homes, lynching male members of the family and making the surviving members get them down
Blacks, Republicans, Jews, Catholics, immigrants, and opponents of National Prohibition.
no. they bite ther victims and melt the vitims insides then drink it.
I've read several histories of the KKK and I've never seen any report of this occurring. Their main tactic was to terrorize and intimidate.
Yes, the KKK has killed people and intimidated many others in order to deny them their civil rights. Victims have included Black Americans, Republicans, Jews and others.
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The KKK were and are violent racists . . . at various times they targeted the Chinese, Latinos, Japanese, the black people, and American natives.
The word 'terrorize' is a verb. Example sentence:That movie will terrorize young children.
I cabt figure out how to terrorize her. ;)
The noun form for the verb terrorize is terrorization.
That movie used to terrorize me as a young child.
No, the word 'terrorize' is a verb (terrorize, terrorizes, terrorizing, terrorized).The abstract noun form is terror.
The original KKK was created specifically to terrorize blacks in the southern states, attacking those who dared get try to be "uppity" or "rise above their place." Later, when the KKK was revived in the 20th century, it added Jews and Catholics to its list of targets. The goal was to intimidate all of these unwelcome people, driving them from areas where the KKK was strong. In the southern states, the emphasis was always on terrorizing blacks, but in the north, the KKK gained strength in significant part because of anti-immigrant sentement. Many lynchings were attributed to KKK activity, as well as arson and bombings, frequently targeting black churches.
The word terrorize is a verb. The related abstract noun is terrorism.
Confederate veterans and former plantation owners who were negatively impacted socially, politically, and economically resented what they considered the severe and unfair restrictions of Reconstruction. The KKK formed as a secret society to terrorize African Americans, Carpetbaggers, and Scallywags into submission. It worked for the repeal of Reconstruction, and, eventually led to the Jim Crow laws passed when Reconstruction ended.
Lynching was a practice by the Ku Klux Klan as an act of violence to kill people. The people who were victims of the KKK lynching were black people, Catholics, Jewish people, and any other person who opposed the racist beliefs or practices of the radicals.
In this time the KKK was formed to keep former slaves from leaving and to terrorize them. Southern planters began to charge rent and limited movement.
They raped them over and over again, then they tied them to the a pick up truck and drove at approximately 40mph until there heads were torn off
It was formed by a bunch of men who hated Jewish people and African Americans. Men would burn crosses and stick them into front yards of Jewish people's houses and African American people's houses and terrorize lots of people.