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Plans to resume speechmaking against anti-lynching bill. Washington, D.C., Jan. 26. Senator Allen J. Ellender of Louisiana, who just completed 28 hours of speechmaking in 6 days to lead the bloc of Southern senators on their filibuster against the Anti-Lynching Bill, is planning to again take the Senate floor for a longer period if the present Filibuster continues, 1/26/38

Plans to resume speechmaking against anti-lynching bill. Washington, D.C., Jan. 26. Senator Allen J. Ellender of Louisiana, who just completed 28 hours of speechmaking in 6 days to lead the bloc of Southern senators on their filibuster against the Anti-Lynching Bill, is planning to again take the Senate floor for a longer period if the present Filibuster continues, 1/26/38

 
 
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