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This is a field report on desegregation in the south with a focus on the bus protests. It covers reactions to the Supreme Court decision, white attitudes towards desegregation, attitudes of the "negro population", analysis of the movement, and an analysis of of precipitating events of the bus protest in Tallahassee from the week of May 27, 1956 to the month of January, 1957.
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