Civil Rights Act
Every vote for "THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1963" IS A Nail For The Coffin. Of The American Republic A recent president of the American Bar Association has solemnly declared: "The proposed extension of federal executive and administrative control over business, industry, individual citizens and the states by the package of legislation called 'The Civil Rights Act of J963' exceeds the sum total of all such extensions by all decisions of the Supreme Court and all Acts of Congress from 1787 to June 19, 1963. When future generations , look back through the eyes of history at this legislation they will recogni^e ten percent of 'civil rights' and ninety percent extension of raw federal power." The results of this legislation would be enormous suffering by, and] ; oppression of, both our white citizens and our Negro citizens alike; and) such turmoil, rioting, bitterness and chaos as benefits only the Communists^; —or a federal government drunk with its drive for power. For a free copy of a brief analysis of this legislation by highest legal authority, write to,, Co-ordinating Committee for Fund«m*aUl American Freedoms, Suite 520, 301 First Street, N. E., Washington,.i). C, Fpr a'full understanding of the background, forces, and purposes behind this legislation, send one dollar' for The Civil Right* Packet to American Opinion, Belmont, Massachusetts. In the meantime, the last bulwark again»^ this Act is the hard pressed, opposition within the lJf$|(^v!|^ this "Civil Rights Act of 1963," make 'your protest known, emphatically and immediately, immediately, by telegram! .and letters, not only to your own Senators but to as many other Senators as you can. The address in every case is simply Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C, (This advertisement has been paid for as a public service by LIMESTONE COUNTY COMMITTEE AGAINST FEDERAL CONTROL) '