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1. WSB-TV newsfilm clip of Jesse Jackson talking about the civil rights movement's change in tactics, West Hunter Street Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1973 March 4
WSB-TV (Television station : Atlanta, Ga.)
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2. William Holmes Borders
Hatfield, Edward A
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