Western Union Telegraph Company; Meredith, James, 1933-; College integration -- Mississippi -- Oxford; University of Mississippi -- History; University of Mississippi -- Riot, Sept. 30, 1962; Mississippi -- Race relations
Mississippi -- Politics and government; Communism -- United States
Column quoting various statements made by Mississippi State Senator Corbett Partridge--his criticism of a University of Mississippi professor (presumably James Silver) who "has preached integration," his understanding of the word "prejudiced," and...
Barnett, Ross R. (Ross Robert), 1898-1987; Johnson, Paul B., 1916-1985; Meredith, James, 1933-; United States. Department of Justice
Article discussing whether Mississippi governors Ross Barnett and Paul Johnson should be allowed a jury trial in the case of criminal contempt charges filed against them by the United States Justice Department
Silver, James W. (James Wesley), 1907-1988; Mississippi -- Social life and customs
Letter to the editor from a Massachusetts businessman, criticizing James Silver and his "book of social anarchy," and claiming that the majority of Northerners have no interest in fomenting a social revolution in the South
Public schools -- Mississippi; Parent-teacher relationships -- Mississippi; Textbooks--Mississippi
Article about the "Citizens Educational Association," a group of Mississippi parents who object to several aspects of the local public education system, including standardized tests, guidance programs, and what they see as political content in...
White Citizens councils; White supremacy movements -- United States; College integration -- Mississippi -- Oxford
Article on a meeting of the Oxford Citizens Council, where the Council discussed what they call "brutality by Negro MPs" during the integration of the University of Mississippi, members of the university community who support integration, and their...
Meredith, James, 1933-; Barnett, Ross R. (Ross Robert), 1898-1987; Academic freedom
Governor Ross Barnett claims that the awarding of James Meredith's degree should be deferred pending an investigation that Meredith violated a directive given to students to refrain from giving press releases or public statements
Mississippi -- Social life and customs; New Jersey -- Social life and customs
Article describing a speech given by James Silver at Rutgers University, claiming that New Jersey is not much more advanced in terms of integration than Mississippi, but that New Jersey officials are more proactively addressing the situation there