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T.W.K., for Trade With a Klansmen, was an emblem posted in shops and businesses as part of a campaign by the Ku Klux Klan to build economic power and visibility in the 1920s. Through literature and outreach, members of the Klan and all those who supported them were urged to give their business only to those who displayed the emblem.


  • Newman, Roger K. (1997) Hugo Black: A Biography. New York: Fordham University Press ISBN 0823217868