The South Will Go Along

Fleming, Harold C.
June 1954
New Republic;6/7/54, Vol. 130 Issue 23, p6
The article focuses on the disapproval of the new ruling for racial segregation in public schools in the U.S. Chief Justice Earl Warren declared the decision which has threatened the large population of African Americans in the southern part like Georgia and South Carolina. The idea of legally integrated schools have been a long issue and the attempt to give separate but equal treatment and facilities has been difficult beyond all reason.


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