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In this letter, Senator Capper responds to an earlier letter sent to him by Milton Tabor, the managing editor of The Topeka Daily Capital. In response to Tabor's comments regarding the rising racial tensions in Topeka, Capper argues that "we must protect these groups who are quite often discriminated against." Furthermore, Capper explains that Washington D.C. had many similar problems because "there is a strong prejudice among the whites here against the Negroes." He also mentions prohibition efforts and the American Red Cross.

Creator: Capper, Arthur, 1865-1951
Date: February 22, 1947

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This item can be used when discussing race and ethnic relations in the years immediately after World War II.

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

Item Number: 217654
Call Number: Arthur Capper Coll. #12, Box 16 Folder: Race Relations
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 217654

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