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Booklet - How Classroom Desegregation will Work

Articles in newspapers in 1965 advised that this booklet was randomly mailed to teachers and administrators in various locations including Trenton NJ, Cincinnati and Dayton OH.

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Dayton Daily News, Wed, Oct. 20, 1965
The Cincinnati Enquirer, Fri, Nov. 5, 1965
The Record (Hackensack), Thu, Dec. 16, 1965.

Richmond, VA: The Patrick Henry Press, 1965. 26pp. Black and white illustrated wrapper. Cover depicts a checkerboard school house with an American flag flying above. Contents include
Part I - The Intelligence of Public School Children
The Florida Study, The Georgia Study, Project Talent
Part II - Three Examples of Desegregation
Washington DC, Los Angeles, New York
Part III - General Summary
Part IV - Final Word
Biology, Psychology, History, Temperance
Heredity vs. Environment

Paraphrased, the conclusions drawn are that desegregation of public schools would lead to demoralization, ruin and complete ineffectiveness of schools. The "quality" of education would be incompatible. White children would be sacrificed to "equalize" the Negro children's IDs. Finally, intermarriage will lead inevitably to the loss in the intellectual and cultural assets of the country.

Measures 7" x 5" Cover wear with surface soiling.

Price: $150.00

Item #29018635

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