Stetson Kennedy’s infiltration and exposure of the KKK.
Preface: KKK Book Stands Up to Claim of FalsehoodPattonCharlieIntroduction: Superman Busts the KKKPilgrimDavidStetson's Side of the StoryKennedyStetsonThe Fiery SummonsWhy I Joined the KlanBefore the Altar of HateThe Way of the KlavernOperation Anti-KlanI Work My Way Into the Flog SquadThe Klavaliers Ride to a FallJuvenile Delinquents of the KKKAssorted NutsIn Daniel's DenDynamiteThe Wool-Hat PutschBigotry Before the BarTri-K Round-UpMeeting in MaconTerror in MiamiNight Ride in Sunny FloridaInvestigating the InvestigatorsFire!Kluxed Again? (1990)How to Kan the Klan: A Handbook for Counterterrorist Action (1990)
Stetson Kennedy is an award-winning author and human rights activist. Kennedy is also known as a pioneering folklorist, a labor activist, and environmentalist. He is the author of the books: Palmetto Country, Southern Exposure, The Jim Crow Guide, The Klan Unmasked, and After Appomattox.