THE SUPREME COURT: The Segregation Issue

THE SUPREME COURT The Segregation Issue

For more than a year, the big & little guns of the South have been lobbing ominous shells in the direction of the U.S. Supreme Court. Said Georgia's Governor Herman Talmadge: "As long as I am governor, Negroes will not be admitted to white schools." Popped Grand Dragon Bill Hendrix of the Ku Klux Klan: if segregation is abolished, "the American Confederate Army" will march in armed rebellion. Cried South Carolina's Governor Jimmy Byrnes: "South Carolina will not, now nor for some years to come, mix white and colored...

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