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William Stetson Kennedy, whose radical opposition to Jim Crow racial segregation made him a pariah in his hometown early in life and an honored elder statesman late in life, died Saturday at Baptist Medical Center South. He was 94.
He then worked on a book that would eventually be published as “The Klan Unmasked,” filled with incidents uncovered when he and another man began infiltrating meetings of the Klan and another Georgia hate group, the Columbians. He thought that book would be published in 1948.