One hundred years ago, the Ku Klux Clan had millions of members. The effects of a violent far-right organization are still visible in the United States in surprising ways.
“One of the most spectacular demonstrations ever seen in this city. ”
This is how he wrote The Washington Post on the front page of his Sunday newspaper in August 1925.
The day before, a large parade had been held in downtown Washington, DC. An estimated 30,000 to 40,000 people marched along Pennsylvania Avenue, which connects the White House and the Capitol.