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Summers, Jack


In 1957, Summers, a barber supply salesman, ran for Atlanta's board of aldermen against T.M. Alexander, an African American. Georgia Governor Marvin Griffin stated that "all friends of segregation" should support Summers. -- A Voting Rights Odyssey: Black Enfranchisement in Georgia, 2003.

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