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Intensification of Anti-minority Propaganda Anticipated in U.S.

March 27, 1952
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Intensification of anti-minority propagandas on a national and regional level can be expected as a result of a conference of anti-minority groups held in Columbus, Ga., Arthur J. Levin, director of the Atlanta regional office of the Anti-Defamation League, reported here.

Featured speakers at the meeting included Thomas Hamilton, Imperial Wizard of the Carolina Klans; Bill Hendrix, Florida Klan leader; Joseph Beauharnais, head of the White Circle League of Chicago; Mrs. Jesse Jenkins, president of the Patrick Henry Society, an anti-Semitic group; Peter L, Xavier, of Dayton, Ohio, who extolled Hitler; Rev. Charles Murdoch, of Los Angeles, president of the Constitutional Alliance, and others.

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