Other Voices, Other Strategies

JESSE JACKSON'S efforts through Operation Breadbasket provide one approach and one philosophy for change. Here are three other strategies from eloquent and thoughtful black spokesmen for different elements of the increasingly local, increasingly specialized black struggle. TIME Correspondent Wallace Terry interviewed the three men, whose views span the spectrum. They were:

JULIAN BOND, 30, one of eight blacks elected to the Georgia house of representatives in 1965. None had served there since Reconstruction. He was the first black to be nominated for Vice President at a national-party convention. That happened at the Democratic...

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