National Affairs: 'Honorable Jim


Senator James A. Reed found a new scent in the Klan-trails of Indiana Republicanism, re-opened his investigation at St. Louis, last week. His particular purpose was to discover what relations existed between Senator James E. Watson and the K. K. K. William M. Rogers, automobile salesman, told this story of 1924:

"I was an organizer and kleagle in the Klan under D. C. Stephenson. I carried the imperial passport, under which a man can belong to the Klan without it being known to the rank and file. ... I wrote to D. C....

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