The point man for civil rights for the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, John Doar was a vital actor in countless crisis moments in the civil rights movement — pioneering federal protections for voting rights, personally confronting segregationists at Ole Miss and the University of Alabama, putting Klansmen on trial for the murders of civil rights (…)
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