Ku Klux Klan
When I heard Indiana is developing a new brand to boost tourism, I had mixed emotions.
In 1923, in Hammond, more than 5,000 regalia-clad Klansmen marched downtown, with an additional 300 to 400 in regular clothing. “Spectators lined the streets in support.” Four crosses were burned in the area, and Rabbi Max Bretton spoke of a burning on the grounds of Temple Beth-El.
Leave it to the Indiana Legislature to try to solve a problem by making it worse.
“The past is never dead,” wrote Mississippi writer William Faulkner. "It’s not even past.”
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