Mike Wary September 15, 2011 A08 How did the newspaper in this case allow the Klan to frame

itself? The Klan was an organization based on intolerance, therefore made it easy for the newspapers to expose them. The Klan went from a secret society to a fully functioning organization in little time due to the press it received. How did that frame differ from the way that the Klan was otherwise known? The Klan was originally a secret society, uninvolved in politics or the economy. When the papers began to expose them, they grew into a large organization. What does this article teach you about the definition and process of framing? I learned that a little press can go a very long way, as it turned gave the Klan a nation of either followers or enemies, but made them known regardless.