Trouble, bad trouble seemed brewing in the South as whites and Negroes made all kinds of forced adjustments to the changes in ways of living brought on by the war—and the Four Freedoms:

> The Southern Conference for Human Welfare, composed mostly of liberal whites, took a full-page advertisement in the Birmingham News-Age-Herald for an open letter to the President: ". . . There has been artificially created in the South grave racial tension. . . . Violent speeches filled with Nazi ideas and phrases are inciting race hatred and conflict. ... A widely advertised campaign to revive the K.K.K. is...

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