In his book, The History of the American People, Volume IX, future President Woodrow Wilson had interesting things to say about African Americans and the KKK.
||The negroes were generally easy enough to deal with: a thorough fright usually disposed them to make utter submission, resign their parts in affairs, leave the country, -do anything their ghostly visitors demanded.||”|
The Who & When:
Woodrow Wilson, 1901
The History of the American People, Volume IX