Pennsylvania




The Klan has both a long and rich history in the state of Pennsylvania.



At the peak of the Klan's power, in 1924, the Klan made
strides in membership to the estimate of 2-8 million members, depending on the source researched. The Klan enjoyed great success in the state itself, as well. Many knew that the Klan was the most vigorous, active and effective organization outside of corporate business, in the United States. Kenneth Jackson, with his, Ku Klux Klan In The City, stated that the Klan was not predominately Southern, rural or violent, thus flying in the face of all the preconceived notions of the organization. The state most influenced by the klan was Indiana, and the state with the largest membership was Ohio. These facts fall right in line with the power and influence that the Klan had in Pennsylvania in the '20's. The Klan held a huge rally and march on the state capitol in 1926, which was just one of many in the country at that time in history. Pennsylvania and its neighboring states, are seeing a resurgence in both numbers and in influence now, because of the threats presented to our American way of life. Now more than ever, the Northern states, as well as the entire country, both North and South, are being threatened like never before. The problems with immigration, integration, homosexuality, taking God out of our schools, businesses and lives, as well as denying the Savior who died for us, have taken this country so far over to the edge, that even the most adamantly "Left", of our society can see what's happening. It's time for all descent, God fearing Christian people from both the North and South, to come together, and stop the madness that threatens our jobs, our religion and our way of life, not only for ourselves, but for our children and our children's children!


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