Interview with Herbert Brownell, Jr.
QUESTION 10
INTERVIEWER:

THE COURT ASKED THE ADMINISTRATION TO COME TO COME IN ON THIS TO COME IN ON THE SECOND BROWN ARGUMENT. COULD YOU TELL US BRIEFLY ABOUT EISENHOWER'S REACTION TO THE COURT ORDER THERE?

Herbert Brownell, Jr.:

Uh, as I have said on other occasions, the court had already heard the first argument on the Brown cases, there were five other you remember that were never consolidated before the court, before Eisenhower was inaugurated. Very shortly after he was inaugurated, uh Chief Justice Vincent told me that he expected that the, uh Eisenhower administration would have to take an official position.

CAMERA CREW MEMBER:

THAT WAS A ROLL OUT ON CAMERA ROLL 173, WE'RE GOING TO 174.