Stennis, John Cornelius, D-MS; Civil Rights; integration;
Senator Stennis questions the Secretary of the Army in regards to the use of paratroopers rather than military police units in Little Rock. Stennis then discusses with President Eisenhower the situation in Little Rock.
Stennis, John Cornelius, D-MS; Truman. Harry S.; Eastland, James O.; Wright, Fielding L.; Jackson Junior Bar Association; Jackson Junior Bar Association Resolution; Civil Rights Legislation; National Democratic Party; States Rights
Senator Stennis responds positively to constituent letter and resolution opposing Civil Rights legislation.
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; H.E.W.; Health Education and Welfare; Stewart, William H.; Gardner, John W.
Senator Stennis writes the Surgeon General William H. Stewart and the Secretary of the Department of Health Education and Welfare John W. Gardner concerning the practices of the field agents in Mississippi.