In this Eugene Payne political drawing, the "South", symbolized by a woman, looks down nervously at a black puddle labeled "school desegregation." Nixon, portrayed as a gentleman, prepares to lay his coat, be-speckled with dollar signs, on the puddle so the "South" can presumably cross over it safely.
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
August 18, 1970
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Eugene Payne, “"Allow Me!",” Race & Education in Charlotte, accessed January 31, 2023, https://speccollexhibit.omeka.net/items/show/36.