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Robert F. Kennedy on Montgomery Tensions

Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy (center) in his Washington, DC office in 1961 conferring with two assistants, Nicholas B. Katzenbach (left) and Herbert J. Miller (right). Kennedy urged all citizens and travelers in Alabama to refrain from actions "which will cause increased tension or provoke violence" in troubled Montgomery.

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