Education: The F

Bryant Bowles, president of the Negro-baiting National Association for the Advancement of White People, was feeling sorry for himself. After all, he had made great sacrifices for the cause. He had made many speeches (and collected contributions). He had even moved into Houston, Del. so that he could carry on at closer range the fight to keep the area's schools segregated. But were the people grateful for all he had done? Bryant Bowles thought not.

Only last October they had flocked to him. Some 3,000 had applauded in Milford when he held up his...

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