The Dallas of 1963 was filled with hate. The largest chapter of Ku Klux Klan in all of the United States existed in Dallas. Born of racial hatred and white superiority, it was joined by those men who controlled the activities of the Dynamic 75.This was a corporate world that hated the new laws clamped on their companies by the “New Dealers” of Frank Roosevelt in the 1930’s. Social Security, minimum wage, forty-hour workweek, unemployment insurance, federal housing, regulation of banks and Wall Street- – – they hated it all.
Story continued on Page 317 of Candy Barr, The Book.
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