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|Heather Higgins at Aug 16, 2018 12:31 AM|
Finally, let us consider that the future may bring a new
kind of movement to this country. Its beginnings can be seen already
in rural Mississippi. They are the fruits of the 1964 drive by
college students then to build an interracial people's movement.
That movement failed then. But it planted a seed, a seed
left over from the old days of the populists under Tom Watson in
Georgia, from the old days of the sharecropper's strike in Arkansas.
A black Georgian, writing in 1864, made a prediction which may yet
come true, and which outght to have some chilling significance for
people like ourselves who come to meetings like this. He wrote: