Letters: Jun. 21, 1963

Crumbling Wall

Sir:

Your conclusion that the Negro can crumble the walls of segregation only by earning acceptance [June 7] is a good, idealistic approach. But don't stop there. Many Negroes of intelligence, prominence and respectability have been led to believe that they are acceptable; but time and again, with despair and humiliation, they have found the barriers to be still solidly in place. After a hundred years of frustration, it appears quite evident that the walls will be crumbled at last, either by increasing pressure at all points, or with the helping...

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