Margaret Herring used her southern accent, and a cover story that she was a freelance journalist, to interview officials in Selma, Alabama, to determine where their intentions with regard to civil rights protestors. They all insisted they had no trouble with "the Negroes." Not long after that came the infamous beatings that have indelibly imprinted the Selma-to-Montgomery march on American memory.

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