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We hope to correct this on at least one problem—school segregation in Virginia—through a University-wide poll in one of next week's publications. The sound of crashing crockery and glass, Zeke said, seemed to go on forever.
The two women in the picture were departmental secretaries. Not that our attitude was particularly justified.
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Faulkner's proposals were based on his observations of Negroes chxt Mississippi to Virginia. Between the time of its popular approval and its official enactment into law by the General Assembly, apparent resentment grew over the section of this plan which allowed limited desegregation in certain areas and which accepted the principle of racial integration.
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