Georgia's Governor Herman Talmadge last week showed how he hopes to
evade a possible U.S. Supreme Court decision outlawing segregation in
public schools. He proposed an amendment to the Georgia constitution
which would, in effect, allow the state to 1) put public schools in
private hands, and 2) give pupils the money necessary to pay
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