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Noun1.Kluxer - a member of the Ku Klux KlanKluxer - a member of the Ku Klux Klan  
KKK, Klan, Ku Klux Klan - a secret society of white Southerners in the United States; was formed in the 19th century to resist the emancipation of slaves; used terrorist tactics to suppress Black people
white supremacist - a person who believes that the white race is or should be supreme
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Robert Goldstein was a dreamy Los Angeles costumer who had supplied Abe Lincoln with his top hat and the Kluxers with their sheets in D.
societies, which irritates the racist Kluxers even more.
The Ku Kluxers and the black Fascists are brothers under their skins.
For advocating enforcement of our immigration laws, Brimeiow and Vdare were added to the SPLC's list of "haters," alongside Ku Kluxers and Aryan skinheads.
Albert couldn't do that here in Chicasetta, though, even if there weren't supposed to be any Ku Kluxers around any more.
After offering a detailed description of two of the angriest and most destitute Kluxers she interviewed, Carr concludes: "They had little to hold on to but their whiteness.
The white hoods of the Kluxers was a Southern thing, below the class level of the sophisticates of Jackson, Grass Lake, and certain enclaves of outer Detroit.
What matters most are the motivations behind and the meanings given to postwar violence; names are almost an incidental detail, and a search for them risks playing along with the game that the Ku Kluxers created.
Those high-spirited Kluxers were reportedly enjoying themselves at a late-night initiation ceremony when Newton's Law got them.
Under the headline "What a Man Who Knows Tells of Maloney's Kluxers," Clark wrote that having lived "in typical Klan country [Kansas] for thirteen years," he knew well of its "infernal practices and rottenness.
Some Kluxers, according to these reports, wore white sheets from the hospital and enjoyed a leisurely meal in the cafeteria.