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Attached is an article from THE OUTLOOK reported on the remarkable amount of discomfort that the Ku Klux Klan was stirring up among Catholics in 1922 Kansas. During a New York interview, Kansas Governor Henry J. Allen (1868 - 1950) remarked about the piles of letters his office received imploring that the state take action and how he, too, had been threatened by the organization.

"Kansas is engaged in trying out the Ku Klux Klan through an action in the State Supreme Court to restrain it's secret activities."

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Kansan Governor Henry J. Allen Takes On the KKK (The Outlook, 1922)

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