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The KKK rally fizzled, but Memphis is on the move.

I was a little leery about leaving town last weekend. I'd planned a birthday weekend getaway to the Little Red River in Arkansas, but what organizers had called the "world's largest" Ku Klux Klan rally was scheduled for Saturday. As Flyer editor,…

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