Lee Winfrey


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Report that contributions from Mississippians and the state of Mississippi donated to lobby against passage of the Civil Rights Act total about $120,000, and information about the process of financing the lobbying and the men who handle it; Source: Commercial Appeal (Memphis, Tenn.)

Subject Headings (Library of Congress)

Lobbying -- Mississippi; United States. Civil Rights Act of 1964

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James W. Silver Collection. Archives and Special Collections. University of Mississippi Libraries.


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Anti-Rights Fight Costs $120,000



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