The May 31 letter “White interests” argued for a white caucus to support the interests of white people.
If the letter-writer will contact the Southern Poverty Law Center, he may receive well over 500 names of societies committed to the cause for which he yearns.
We have had such societies in this country since the 1860s, although I for one am not qualified to join any of them. They have had different names, of course; some of them used the moniker of Ku Klux Klan, but I am sure there are others, such as the White Citizens Councils of the 1950s and ’60s, which have different names now.
I wish him the best of luck in choosing the white caucus of his choice.