A letter to Governor Miller from a senior in high school. He writes that a student in his class with radical ideas swayed his classmates to believe that an African American cannot achieve justice in the South. He asks Governor Miller to refute this...
In the first letter, written August 17, 1957, Stewart praises Folsom for his recent action against Ku Klux Klan demonstrations in the state: "I truly believe that thousands of decent voters in this state have been hoping such action would be taken...
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