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A Citizens Report Special for June 1964: Editor Answers Priest Who Raps His Stand Against Interracial Marriage
Metairie, La: Jackson Richau, The Citizens Report, 1964. Very Good. One folio leaf mimeographed on both sides to make two pages. Old folds, a little soiling and tiny bits of wear at the margins, overall very good. This mimeograph newsletter prints the text of an exchange between a Jesuit priest, the Rev. John E. Coogan, S.J. of West Baden College in Indiana, who writes arguing in favor of mixed marriages and integration. This is followed by the response of Jackson Ricau disputing Coogan's conclusions, basing his reasoning on the fact that segregation has long been the custom of the South, and that J. Edgar Hoover has stated that Communists have invaded the Civil Rights Movement. He suggests that when the civil rights "...mob gets to galloping, when the apostles of impatience, mad with wine and dope, begin to ransack the churches, murder the priests and rape the nuns, the clergy will be looking to those good segregationists to protect them." OCLC locates no copies, but it does locate a 16-page pamphlet by Richau on the same subject.
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