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- They and many, many others acted with a bravery and heroism almost incomprehensible to most men.
- I recall scenes picked at random: The look of growing concern and perhaps humiliation on photographer Don Rutledge's face as we moved from one scene to another—concern and humiliation to realize that these men, these scenes, these ideals were unknown to most Americans and utterly beyond the comprehension of the Southern racist.
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