In the book, Helms suggests that he believed voluntary racial integration would come about without pressure from the federal government or from civil
June 9, 2005

In the book, Helms suggests that he believed voluntary racial integration would come about without pressure from the federal government or from civil rights protests that he said sharpened racial antagonisms. "We will never know how integration might have been achieved in neighborhoods across our land, because the opportunity was snatched away by outside agitators who had their own agendas to advance," he wrote. "We certainly do know the price paid by the stirring of hatred, the encouragement of violence, the suspicion and distrust."...read on

Jesse, do you think you were one of the agitators stirring the pot with hatred?

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