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From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Vic Runtz. A massive boulder that resembles former President Dwight D. Eisenhower's face and head sits atop a cliff that overlooks a mountain road. The boulder is labeled "Ike's reluctance." A man labeled [William W.] Scranton is trying to lever the boulder off the cliff. Barry Goldwater is seen driving a convertible around a curve in the road below the boulder. On the cliff behind Scranton, Runtz's signature cat stands with a pen and pad next to a flag that reads "Stop Goldwater...or else." The cartoon caption reads, "Perhaps if I dis-Lodge this...?"

2 July 1964

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Vic Runtz. A boy lies on his stomach in front of a television in a living room watching the Senate Rules and Administration Committee hearing of the Bobby Baker case. On the television screen, men are engaged in a shouting match. One says, "..and you're another!" The boy's mother has entered the room from the kitchen carrying a dish and towel to see what the boy is watching. On the floor next to the boy is Runtz's signature cat writing on a piece of paper titled "Score." The men in the shouting match may be Bobby Baker and Lennox P. McLendon, and Baker has just called Senator John J. Williams a liar [Williams was known for his integrity]. The cartoon caption reads, "Oh, I was afraid you were watching one of those violence shows."

4 December 1964

From the Faulkner (Leesha) Civil Rights Collection. Confidential report regarding Tougaloo College submitted by Attorney Shelby R. Rogers to Erle Johnston, Chair of the State Sovereignty Commission.

circa 1964

From the Mississippiana Vertical File. Flyer, "I am your flag," was distributed by the Patriotic American Youth, circa 1960s-1970s.

circa 1964

From the McCain (William D.) Pamphlet Collection; In the pamphlet, McCain contends that the United States is constantly losing freedoms due to the centralization of the federal government. He feels that Communism and Socialism are the greatest threat to our freedom, because he contends that Communist revolutionaries have infiltrated the U.S. government. McCain says that Communists and Socialists are using racial tensions in the U.S. as a tool to weaken our society. He feels that the executive branch has much more power than the legislative and judicial branch, and that the U.S. national debt is too big. He also points out that the U.S. has alienated other countries in the world by pretending to be a global "big brother" or policeman.

1964

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964. Case study in Part I of the curriculum.

1964

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964. Unit VII of Part II of the curriculum.

1964

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964. Reprinted from the May 1964 Liberation.

1964

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964. Readings from Part II of the curriculum.

1964

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964. Lesson Plans for a unit in Part II of the curriculum.

1964

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964. reprinted from the April 1964 Liberation.

1964

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964. Reprinted from The New Republic.

1964

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964. A Pamphlet.

1964

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964.

1964

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964. A Pamphlet.

1964

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964. A pamphlet.

1964

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964.

1964-06-02

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964.

1964

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