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Two letters enclosed. The earlier letter (March 12, 1964) from James D. "Dorsey" Goode of Southern Laundry Company to U.S. Senator Spessard L. Holland communicates Goode's views on the potential of Lyndon B. Johnson choosing Robert F. Kennedy as his running mate and on a proposed civil rights bill. Holland's reply (March 25, 1964) states general agreement with Goode.
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