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Oral History Interview with Allen Bailey, [date unknown]. Interview B-0066. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007).
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  • Abstract
    Charlotte, North Carolina, political operative Allen Bailey shares his thoughts on politics and community. Bailey's clearest commentary is on the fractured state of the Democratic Party in his city; he also shares his thoughts on school consolidation. Researchers with a previous understanding of this issue in Charlotte and of "the Charter" will get the most from the interview.
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  • Justifications for and concerns about urban renewal
  • Concentrations of power influence renewal projects
  • Local and national priorities clash in Democratic Party
  • Liberal primary voters' influence on wider Democratic Party
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  • Subjects
  • School integration--North Carolina
  • North Carolina--Race relations
  • Charlotte (N.C.)--Politics and government
  • Lake, I. Beverly (Isaac Beverly), 1906-1996
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