Bump. Be back later.
Or most risky of all, they could follow the path of Lyndon Johnson, who despite favoring civil rights personally had to oppose it publicly until the mid-1950s.
LBJ didn't give a rat's patootie about civil rights until it was made absolutely clear to him that he would never be President without it. So he allowed a watered down, worthless piece of legislation to pass that accomplished exactly nothing. It was all smoke and mirrors.
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