Senators Lyndon Johnson, Richard B. Russell and William Knowland discuss the Civil Rights Bill 1957
Senator Richard B. Russell, left, number 1 opponent of the Civil Rights Bill is shown in a huddle with Senate Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson, center and Senator William F. Knowland, Minority Leader, as they discuss the measure. A top administration source disclosed today that President Eisenhower has agreed to work through Senator Knowland to "clarify" the wordage of his controversial civil rights bill. The source sad the mood of the White House, however, was to "strengthen" rahter than water down the major features of the measure.
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