He Ku Klux Klan resurfaced in the 1920s with a deep hatred for which group?

He Ku Klux Klan resurfaced in the 1920s with a deep hatred for which group?

A. Catholics B. religious liberals C. Muslims D. religious fundamentalists E. Methodists

Answers

A) Catholics

Explanation:

A) Catholics

Explanation:

A) Catholics

The resurfaced Ku Klux Klan combined their ideas with nativists who were anti-immigrant groups focused in the North and large urban areas. Immigrants at the time were largely Catholic and therefore became an easy group to target.

The 1920's Klan is the largest and most powerful in American history. The group held government positions and held a large rally in Washington DC to demonstrate their power and range. The group began to target any and all groups they believed were un-American. This included blacks, Catholics, Jews, Mexicans, Asians, and any other group deemed undesirable. Catholics were easy to target as they lived in communities together and practiced a faith that required allegiance to an outsider (the Pope).

African American people.

Explanation:

cathloics

Explanation:

Catholics :

The answer is A, Catholics. (I got this question once too and got it right)

The black society

Explanation:

I believe it is Catholicism. 
The correct answer could be A) Catholics

They really hated immigrants and there were more and more immigrants coming to America, a large number of them being Catholics from Europe.

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