Letters, Feb. 18, 1957

Change Comes Hard

Sir: Some of the best news coming from the U.S. is of the dignified battle being fought by the Rev. Martin Luther King and his flock in Montgomery, Ala. Congratulations! How one must admire the dignity of our colored fellow citizens. How that dignity contrasts with the attitude of the rabble-rousing race haters. The Rev. Mr. King and his people know they are on the winning side, on the side of the future. The others show all the nervousness and pettiness of people who know they are fighting a losing...

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