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This letter from Kansas Senator Cylde Reed to Dr. D.L. Stewart concerns the segregation of blood based on race. Reed states, "It may well be true that there is no chemical or physical differences. I think that is conceded. Prejudice, however, sometimes is a more formidable obstacle than facts."

Creator: Reed, Clyde Martin, 1871-1949
Date: October 09, 1943

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This item can be used in conjunction with other materials on race and ethnic relations during the World War II-era as it covers the segregation of blood based simply on race.

11th Grade, Benchmark 2, Race and ethnic relations (indicator 7)

Item Number: 217577
Call Number: Arthur Capper Coll. #12, Box 16, Folder: Negroes
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 217577

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