The Bi-Racial Problem in the United States
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 10 Dec 1964, p. 138-146
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The Bi-Racial Problem in the United States

The bi-racial problem in the United States as the most serious internal problem since the Civil War. The speaker as a Southerner, and a realist. The different bi-racial problems in different parts of the country. An attempt to discuss the situation as briefly as possible in the limited time available. An examination and exploration of the "negroes' justification." An examination of the deep south. The different feelings towards the negroes in the south and in the north. Things that each side must realize. A problem that will be with the United States for a long time.