Races: The Jungle & the City

The summer of 1966 threatens to yield one of the ugliest harvests of racial violence in memory. Partly because of the desperate new militance symbolized by the rallying cry of black power, partly because of the white man's ineptitude and uncertainty in meeting the Negro's legitimate needs, there is hardly a major city in the U.S. that does not live with the fear of turmoil in the streets. Last week the train of death and destruction slashed deep scars in Cleveland, where Mayor Ralph Locher had ignored persistent warnings of Negro unrest,...

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