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An interesting history of the KKK, but not wildly exciting to listen to. The author gives a moving account of some of the horrendous activities of the KKK. It starts off holding attention, but tends to become boring as the book continues. Not a book I would listen to again.
this book hardly mentions the kkk. it instead describes the perils and difficult times of african americans during the reconstruction period post civil war in detail. it's quite interesting in that respect, but i wanted to hear how the kkk grew and why it still exists in america, etc. i feel it was advertised as something that it was not.
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This is a well-researched recounting of the history of the KKK. I've read other books on the subject that were more comprehensive in scope, but went on to the point where it was difficult to remember the point of the books. This one is brief, to the point, and authoritative.
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