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KKK #303154

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 22, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Atlanta, Georgia) New Ku Klux Klan, shaped by Nazi philosophy, examined; films shown. [KlanWatch spokesperson Morris DEES - describes wedding of Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazi orgs. such as Aryan Ntns.] Incr. violence of KKK, include more militant members joining Aryan Ntns. or The Order, discussed. [National Anti-Klan Network spokesperson Lyn WELLS - feels Klan groupings serve as pool for other extremist orgs.; explains.] [Knights of Ku Klux Klan spokesperson Don BLACK - sympathizes with other radicals; explains goal of rebuilding KKK.] Growth of Klan groups in North Carolina noted.
REPORTER: Peter Van Sant

Rather, Dan;
Van Sant, Peter

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