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Klan Starts Branch in University

April 5, 1923
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That the Ku Klux Klan is seeking to penetrate American universities and that the Klan chapter at the George Washington University proposed by joint lying of its members and resort to other disreputable means to work for the expulsion of Jewish students is indicated by the publication of a bulletin sent out by the G.W.U. chapter of the Klan.

“Under the provisions of the university” says the bulletin “for informing or squeaking on students who are caught in the act of cribbing, we can operate as a group. Four or five of us informing upon a student could practically insure his expulsion. In this way, by careful management, we can get rid of many persons, including the disagreeable Jews. If this university will not keep the Jews out we will put them out. We surely don’t want G.W.U. to become another Columbia. We cannot put them all out, but we can fix it so no more will come.”

The Klan bulletin also outlines plans for eliminating Catholics from the university.

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