Education: We Must Go Along

When three Negroes applied for admission to graduate schools of the University of Tennessee this fall, President C. E. Brehm rushed to the state attorney general with a question: In view of recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings (TIME, June 12), would Tennessee have to take them in?

Last week Attorney General Roy H. Beeler gave his opinion: yes. The attorney general could not conceal his deep uneasiness: "I am fearful that . . . strife and turmoil will be engendered." But, he concluded, "we in the South now have no other alternative. We must bow to the inevitable and go along as...

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