Senator Stennis discusses with a constituent the possibility of martial law being imposed in Mississippi. Stennis also notes a speech in which he discourages Mississippians from joining the Ku Klux Klan.
Stennis, John Cornelius, D-MS; Hoover, John Edgar; F.B.I.; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Civil Rights;
Senator Stennis enters into a series of correspondences with a Mississippi Attorney and J. Edgar Hoover. This dialogue is calling into question the practices of agents in the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
American Legion Magazine Bailey, Tom Baker, Bobby Barnett, Ross Child Development Group of Mississippi Civil Rights Civil Rights Act of 1964 Coleman, J.P. Commercial Appeal Council of Federated Organizations Cresswell, Eph Crump, Ed ...
This interview is with Mr. Philip W. Stroupe. Mr. Stroupe was Senator Stennis' press secretary from 1960 to 1964. Mr. Stroupe had an opportunity to review the transcript for accuracy.