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Dialogue on Mississippi, A

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Dialogue on Mississippi, A
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Radio: (from program memo inside tape case) " David Gelfand, Brandeis student, summer project worker for COFO, the Council of Federated Organizations, talks with Charles Steptoe, Mississippian, son of the largest fee-holding Negro farmer in Liberty, Mississippi, student at the Commonwealth School, Boston. Mr. Gelfand spent the summer (1964) in Laurel, Mississippi, only a few miles from Mr. Steptoe's home in Liberty."



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