Notes and Comment

June 1961
New Yorker;6/3/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 16, p23
The article criticizes editorialists who have encouraged moderation on extremism in referring to the outbreaks of mob violence in the Southern states. It asserts that it is in the national interest to persuade African American leaders to set a slower pace to civil rights movements. It argues the difficulty in informing African Americans of their duty as a citizen to refrain from sharing in the rights of citizenship.


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