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Ed King White Church (Part Two); Section IV, "Second Thoughts"
Ed King Genocide
Clarence Jordan Christian Community in the South
1954 Dotson McGinnis Nelson Letter from Dr. D.M. Nelson to Tom, December 13, 1954
1954 Dotson McGinnis Nelson Letter from Dr. D.M. Nelson to Tom, May 28, 1954
1954 Unknown Letter from Tom to Dr. D.M. Nelson, May 18, 1954
1954
Association of Citizens' Councils
Dotson McGinnis Nelson
Conflicting Views on Segregation: Reprints of a Series of Letters Between Dr. D.M. Nelson, President of Mississippi College Clinton, Miss. and an Unnamed Alumnus
1954 Unknown No Segregation Decision Today
1956 Herbert Ravenel Sass From the Congressional Record 1956: Mixed Schools and Mixed Blood
1956 Herbert Ravenel Sass Section Four: On Defending Racial Differences Until the Whole American People Recognizes the South as the Defender of Something Permanently Important(Untitled Document)
1956 Herbert Ravenel Sass Section Two: On How the South is Being Maligned Through Misuse of the Words Segregation and Prejudice (Untitled Document)
1960 Ray Jenkins A Futile Prosecution
1961 Ed King Letter from Ed King to Elroy Embry (04/28/1961)
1963 Julian Bond Letter from Julian Bond to James Ridgeway
1963 Unknown Resegregation Irks St. Louis Negroes
1963 Charles Morgan, Jr. Who is Guilty in Birmingham?
1963 Ed King "Goals: Confrontation Strategies."
1968 Unknown Work on Jury in Smith Trial
1971 Richard Aubrey McLemore A History of Mississippi Baptists, 1780-1970
1971
Richard Aubrey McLemore
C.B. Hamlet, III
Chapter Eleven: Mid-Twentieth Century
1976 Unknown Southern Exposure Volume IV, Number 3
1976
Jim Sessions
Sue Thrasher
John Lewis
A New Day Begun
1990 Patrick H. Samway Will Campbell: Fabled Preacher
1990 Lawrence Wright The First Church of Rednecks, White Socks, and Blue Ribbon Beer
1993
Jack Germond
Jules Witcover
Liberals Losing Patience With President They Chose: The Political Scene
1999 Paul Gaston Honor to the Class of '69: Reflections on Affirmative Action: Its Origins, Virtues, Enemies, Champions, and Prospects