In the first letter Edwards protests the recent appearance of Ralph McGill, editor of the Atlanta Constitution, on an Auburn television station. On the program McGill criticized Alabama, "the people and their customs." Edwards also encloses a copy...
In the letter the members require the Auburn Interfraternity Council to appoint a committee to investigate four problem areas and to develop policies and rules to oversee each: rush activities in the fall, spring, and summer; the consumption of...
In the first letter Wright discusses integration efforts at Auburn University, pointing to liberal faculty members as culprits: "You are aware of the fact Southern institutions such as Auburn, in their frantic desire to have all employees with...
Included here are nine telegrams: three from President John F. Kennedy to Governor George Wallace, three from Wallace to Kennedy, one from Wallace to University president Frank Rose, one from Col. Albert Lingo of the Alabama Dept. of Public Safety...
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