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I learned the importance of history at an early age — my father, the late Horace Mann Bond, taught at several black colleges and universities.
He showed me that knowing the past is critical to making sense of the present.
And then as rapidly as it had spread, the Klan faded into the history books.
After World War I, a new version of the Klan sputtered to life and within a few years brought many parts of the nation under its paralyzing grip of racism and bloodshed.
The answers do not lie on the surface of American history.Now, of course, I turn on my television set and see people in Klan robes or military uniforms again handing out hate literature on the town square. This report was produced by the Southern Poverty Law center’s Klanwatch Project.