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  • The Civil Rights Movement and Its Anti-Communist Opponents

    The Civil Rights Movement and Its Anti-Communist Opponents

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    The 1950s-1960s civil rights movement drew widespread opposition that frequently called Martin Luther King, Jr. and other activists as “communists,” as this John Birch Society card shows. It’s numbered CR2. There just had to be a CR1. It took years to find, and here’s its story.

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Michael Bushnell

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The Missouri Pacific was a short line railroad from St. Louis to Kansas City, Missouri. The company published a set of scenic postcards to advertise the passenger and freight services provided. Their more than a century of service adds worthy context to the history of American railroading.

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