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meetings. SDS president Paul Potter tells the crowd that the war does not represent either the will or the interests of the American people, but is instead the creation of an interlocking set of elites political, military, financial, bureaucratic. Johnson addressed a joint session of Congress, saying, There is no issue of states rights or national rights. On Saturday, October 2nd, Evers calls for a march to defy the injunction. Fred Shuttlesworth in Birmingham which for years has been the most active and courageous local civil rights group in Alabama.

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A bystander, Andrew Whatley, an off-duty Marine, is hit and killed. One large workshop concerns national coordination. James Young accompanies them with a holstered pistol at his side, " Just the presence of the Deacons kept a lot of things from happening that would have happened, " he tells a reporter. Personally committed to Gandhian philosophical nonviolence, Farmer is uncomfortable with the armed guards provided by both the Louisiana State Troopers and the Bogalusa Deacons for Defense. By cotton-picking time, close to a thousand workers are on strike in six Delta counties. But as of the end of October, federal registrars have been sent to just 22 of the hundreds of Deep South counties that are covered by that section of the new law.

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