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THE SOUTHERN MANIFESTO 2
The Southern Manifesto
The basis of opposition to Brown’s decision as per the document presented was the fact
that the decision to have separate schools for children of color would destroy the amicable
relations between the whites and blacks and deprive the basic right to access to education (Foner,
2017). Based on Brown’s decision, he saw it justified to have people of color in segregated
schools and justified his decision though the fact that there was still equal but separate access to
education. This meant that segregation was still lawful, as it did not amount to the denial of the
right to access education. The power of the black parents to direct the lives of their children
through education would be deprived. The traditions played a role of blacks taking the defensive
side since blacks always felt intimidated by decisions that seemed to segregate them like denial
of their children to interact in school with the whites.

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Running head: THE SOUTHERN MANIFESTO The Southern Manifesto Name Institution 1 THE SOUTHERN MANIFESTO 2 The Southern Manifesto The basis of opposition to Brown’s decision as per the document presented was the fact that the decision to have separate schools for children of color would destroy the amicable relations between the whites and blacks and deprive the basic right to access to education (Foner, 2017). Based on Brown’s decision, he saw it justified to have people of color in segregated schools and justified his decision though the fact that there was still equal but separate access to education. This meant that segregation was still lawful, as it did not amount to the denial of the right to access education. The power of the black parents to direct the lives of their children through education would be deprived. The traditions played a role of blacks taking the defensive ...
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