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Did the Attorney General of Alabama Once Tell the Ku Klux Klan to ‘Kiss My Ass’?

Bill Baxley wrote the famously succinct letter to a KKK Grand Dragon in 1976 in response to threats intended to intimidate him.
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This succinct note from Bill Baxley, Attorney General of Alabama in 1970, to the Grand Dragon of the KKK, is admirable in its brevity, forcefulness, and clarity. Letters of Note tells the story: In 1970, shortly after being elected ...

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