Mississippi -- Social life and customs; Mississippi -- Race relations
Article describing a speech to University of Mississippi law students made by J. O. Emmerich, editor of the McComb (Miss.) Enterprise Journal, urging them not to think that racial problems were the only problems in Mississippi
Carmichael, Gil; Mounger, Bill; Republican Party (Miss.);Elections -- Mississippi; Finch, Charles Clifford;
Recordings of individuals in Mississippi reading newspaper stories over the phone to U.S. Senator James O. Eastland's Washington, DC staff; occasionally the staff inserts comments about the stories. Begins with a Memphis Commercial Appeal story...
Public schools -- Mississippi; Parent-teacher relationships -- Mississippi; Textbooks--Mississippi
Article about a group of parents who want to ban several textbooks from Mississippi schools for being "favorable to Socialism, brotherhood, and the United Nations and unfavorable to capitalism and constitutional government"
School integration -- United States; Public administration -- Corrupt practices
Article revealing that Mississippi Welfare Commissioner Fred Ross used public funds to print and distribute copies of his speech titled "Racial Amalgamation Versus Segregation and Racial Coperation [sic]," which contends, among other things, that...
Lobbying -- Mississippi; United States. Civil Rights Act of 1964
Report that contributions from Mississippians and the state of Mississippi donated to lobby against passage of the Civil Rights Act total about $120,000, and information about the process of financing the lobbying and the men who handle it
Article relating the testimony of a United States deputy marshal that he found Melvin Bruce, a Georgia man, at the site of the University of Mississippi integration riots in posession of a firearm and ammunition