RACES: Southie Fights On

Dodging raw eggs and ripe tomatoes, Senator Edward Kennedy dashed into an office building in Boston just before a mob of irate white parents smashed one of its plate-glass windows. The crowd had booed him off the speaker's platform at an antibusing rally outside city hall because of his past statements urging them to stop the fight against the court order that desegregated Boston schools last week. At another rally, whites cheered a speaker who nominated the Senator for "bus driver of the year—if he ever gets his driver's license back."


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