Interview with John McLaurin
QUESTION 2
INTERVIEWER:

NOW HOW STRONG WAS THE FEELING AGAINST INTEGRATION AT OLD MISS AT THIS TIME. I MEAN IF YOU'D HAD A VOTE IN THE LEGISLATURE ON SOME SORT OF LAW, SOME SEGREGATION LAW, WHAT WOULD THAT VOTE HAVE BEEN?

John McLaurin:

It would have been… The vote in the legislature would have been roughly uh, 49 to nothing in the Senate and 133 to 2 in the House of Representatives.