Ralph McGill’s Campaign for Civil Rights: 1930-1969
by Calvin M Logue
From 1930 to 1969, Ralph McGill wrote and spoke for equal rights for African Americans in the Deep South. While his persuasive strategy shifted from one of equal-if-separate to full citizenship, his guiding principle remained steadfast, liberty for all. McGill received the Pulitzer Prize, 1958. The Ku Klux Klan protested outside his office at the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION.
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