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It is customary for the attorneys general of the 48 states to invite the Attorney General of the U.S. to speak at their yearly meeting. But Georgia's Attorney General Eugene Cook, this year's president of the National Association of Attorneys General, announced last June that he was not going to invite Herbert Brownell to the 1954 conference in Mississippi next December. According to Cook, Attorney General Brownell had offended a lot of state attorneys general, notably: ¶ The Southerners, by filing an anti-segregation brief with the U.S. Supreme Court, which...

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