Leaders of the major civil rights organizations have made nonviolence both a creed and a potent psychological -weapon of their campaign. But few were surprised by last week's eruptions. Many Negro leaders, in fact, had long warned that violence is an inevitable if unwelcome weapon in their struggle. Some of their statements, past and present BAYARD RUSTIN, who planned the 1963 march on Washington: "I think the real cause is that Negro youth—jobless, hopeless—does not feel a part of American society. The major job we have is to find them work, decent housing, education, training, so they can feel a part...

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