K. K. K.: In Colorado

Following the split in the Ku Klux Klan in Colorado (TIME, July 27), Carl S. Milliken, Colorado's Secretary of State, addressed a letter to the Klan formally resigning his membership. He did this, he declared, because the Klan had attempted to dictate to him the removal of a Deputy Secretary of State, a son-in-law of the Internal Revenue Collector in Denver who recently investigated the income-tax returns of the Colorado Klan's "Grand Dragon."


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