Boyle, Sarah Patton (1906-1994) "Southerners Will Like Integration"
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One copy of the Saturday Evening Post dated February 19, 1955. Features article written by Sarah Patton Boyle entitled "Southerners Will Like Integration." Article written by a white woman in Charlottesville, Virginia reflecting on the beginning of integration as well as the perception and treatment of African Americans. Argues that southerners are more open to integration than others or other southerners realize.
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