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Integration with dignity: the inside story of how South Carolina kept the peace.

Author: George McMillan
Publisher: [Philadelphia, 1963]
Edition/Format:   Book : English
Database:WorldCat
Summary:
Background information on Harvey Gantt's admission to Clemson College in January 1963.
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Named Person: Harvey B Gantt
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George McMillan
OCLC Number: 18152745
Notes: Harvey Gantt's admission to Clemson College, January 28, 1963.
From the Saturday Evening Post, March 16, 1963.
Description: 1 v. ill. 35 cm.

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Background information on Harvey Gantt's admission to Clemson College in January 1963.

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