The Press: Truth No Defense?

Truth No Defense?

On the flat grass levels of Indiana squats a little mainstreet town, Muncie. Its citizens boast that they produce more glass than any other city in the U. S. The town also has a reputation of another color: it is a notorious stamping ground for the potent Hoosier-State K. K. K. The mighty Klan wallows over the settling like a roc in a dust bank. It smothers Muncie. There, about five years ago, George R. Dale started a newspaper, the Post-Democrat. He was convinced that the Republican organization was underlyingly...

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