Education: The Bite

At a mass meeting of white adults in Linden, Ala. last week, State Senator Walter C. Givhan spoke on one of his favorite topics: the campaign of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to end segregation in the schools. What, he cried, is the real purpose of the campaign? "To open the bedroom doors of our white women to Negro men." And what will happen if the campaign succeeds? The Negroes will see to it that the nation gets a Negro vice president, "and after that happens, what would prevent them from assassinating the President and making the...

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