The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 81, July 1977 - April, 1978 Page: 392
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392 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Court decisions. Against seemingly insurmountable white obstinance
and repeated failures blacks persisted in the white supremacy struggle
because somehow, the conviction that justice was ultimately color-blind
could not be destroyed. More importantly, however, was the realization
that to be barred from participation in the selection of public officials
indicated more than anything else that blacks were only half free.
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