The 1920s The Klu Klux Klan
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Leaders and members
William J Simmons founded the new wave in 1915 under Simmons were top recruiters Elizabeth Tyler and Edward Clarke.
In Indiana David Curtis Stevenson became the leader of that Klan and was in control of 20 states and he became a millionaire from selling robes and hoods. He was later sent to prison for kidnapping and sexual assault.
The members were small business owners, clerical workers and farmers.
The names of their leadership positions all began with a "kl":
Klavern- local organization