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In 1962, seven white sheriffs gathered at the University of Mississippi not to welcome the first black student to enroll there but to thwart his efforts to integrate "Ole Miss." A "Life" magazine photograph of the seven lawmen inspired author Paul Hendrickson to find out who they were and why they showed such hatred, as recounted in his new book.
- Paul Hendrickson Author
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