FLORIDA: The Uninvited Guest

During his career as a Negro leader in Florida, shy, greying Harry Tyson Moore seemed to personify a new and subtle change in the mores of the South: the indisputable fact that the white Southerner is slowly accepting the Negro's right to the vote and fuller freedom under the law. Moore was a bland, scholarly, teetotaling sort of man who taught school most of his life, but he was a firebrand for all that. And Floridians allowed him to have his say.

As state head of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored...

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