Hooded members of the United Klans of America in Mississippi wave flaming torches at an open-air torch burning near Edinburg in Central Mississippi, March 25, 1967. More than 3,000 Mississippians belonged to the United Klans at its peak in 1964, but now figures indicate there are fewer than 500 members, only 250 of whom pay dues. (AP Photo)

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