A letter, inspired from a religious dream, sent to Governor Miller. Norma H. Hargrave begs the governor in God's name not to persecute the Scottsboro Boys unless he is absolutely positive of their guilt. She describes her dream, and asks him to...
In the letter the congressmen express support for the governor during his attempt to prevent the integration of the University of Mississippi. They particularly commend his stand against federal intervention in the matter: "We are inspired by your...
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