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March 12, 1954
In the field of public education, the doctrine of "separate but equal" has no place.
It's dangerous to integrate schools, for blacks AND whites!
The Supreme Court can't do that! There is a reason that the constitution holds a check and balance system in place!
We are going to sign a document that denounces the Supreme Court's decision on Brown vs. Topeka!
Basically, we just hate the Supreme Court's decision to desegregate all schools and we are saying "no" because it's our constitutional right as stated in the 14th amendment. The Supreme Court has no authority bossing the states around, that's why we have both the president and Congress to keep them in check. So, even though you guys said not to do this very thing, we are going to continue with segregation lawfully.
The Southern Manifesto
While we recognize the legitimacy of your argument, it has been proven that segregation is NOT good and therefore must be abolished.
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