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Fepc Filibuster Continues, Russell Charges Bill Discriminates in Favor of Jews, Negroes

January 23, 1946
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The anti-FEPC filibuster continued in the Senate today amid reports that Republican Senators will meet tomorrow morning to decide whether to initiate a continues session when the upper house reconvenes at noon. Up to now the senators have agreed to recess each day at 6 p.m. and resume the session the following afternoon which allows the filibusterers an opportunity to rest.

Senator Richard Russell, of Georgia, who held the floor most of today, read a letter chargin that the FEPC bill discriminates against Gentiles, and white women in favor of Jews and Negroes.

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