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His role in turning South Florida swampland into developable property was widely known; his extreme segregationist views were not.
Kennedy knew that, for any Democrat of his era, a successful run at the White House would mean appeasing white Southern segregationists.
In the same year, anti-segregationist Freedom Riders arrived in the city, in successive waves, by bus and were herded into jails: enlarged mug shots of dozens of riders, among them the veteran Georgia Congressman John Lewis, paper a gallery wall.
Here’s a joke: Q: What did the Nazi say to the segregationist?
Alabama’s defiant attitude, which extends back to secessionist firebrand and slave master William Lowndes Yancey, includes a genealogy of assorted demagogues capped off by arch-segregationist George Wallace.
A few weeks prior to their historic act, then-Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus called in the state National Guard to stand by as an angry mob of segregationists blocked the nine students from entering the all-White school.
On the first day of the new school year, angry mobs of segregationists confronted the nine students on their way to Central.
Other statues on the Capitol grounds include Confederate Gen. John B. Gordon and segregationists Sen. Richard Russell and Gov. Eugene Talmadge.
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