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|Title:||Virginius Dabney (1901-1995)|
Entry on journalist, writer, historian, and recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing, Virginius Dabney. In the 1930s, Dabney advocated a federal antilynching law and opposed the poll tax, but following World War II, he generally supported segregation and massive resistance. Includes a brief list of suggested readings, photographs, and a timeline.
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|Subjects:||Dabney, Virginius, 1901-1995 | Newspaper editors--Virginia--Biography | Segregationists--Virginia--Biography | Virginia|
|Collection:||Institution:||Virginia Foundation for the Humanities||Contributors:||Virginia Foundation for the Humanities||Online Publisher:||Charlottesville, Va. : Virginia Foundation for the Humanities | 2011||Persistent Link to Item:||http://www.encyclopediavirginia.org/Dabney_Virginius_1901-1995|