From Georgia With Love: The Case Of Julian Bond
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Julian Bond, a brilliant young leader of SNCC (Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee), having been duly elected to the Georgia state legislature from Atlanta, dared to endorse SNCC's statement attacking conscription and the American war in Vietnam. In so doing, Mr. Bond indelibly stamped himself as a 'bad" Negro in the eyes of his legislative colleagues, and was thus barred from his seat in the Georgia House by a vote of 184 to 12.
Volume 2, Number 1; Winter 1966
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Rothbard, Murray N. "From Georgia With Love: The Case Of Julian Bond" Left and Right 2, No. 1 (Winter 1966): 16-17.