Education: Give It Back

Since the Thanksgiving banquet, students and teachers at Georgia's tiny Piedmont College (enrollment: 300) had been wondering what President James E. Walter was up to. That day, he invited Major General George Van Horn Moseley, 76-year-old trumpeter for Aryan supremacy, to speak in the college dining hall. Later, reports got around that Piedmont was getting $500 checks from the educational foundation of which Moseley is head. The money behind the foundation comes from Moseley's old friend, Judge George W. Armstrong of Texas,

Judge Armstrong had tried to give his money away before. Two years ago, Mississippi's Jefferson Military College turned him down...

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