LETTER: Bill of Rights should not be amended
To the Editor:
I was a paperboy who delivered the news of JFK's assassination. If memory serves me, I delivered the newspaper the day Democrat Gov. George Wallace, later a contender for the Democrat nomination for president, stood in the doorway in Selma, Ala. to block the entrance of three black women to the university there. I only vaguely remember when Johnson signed the equal rights bill pushed through Congress primarily by the Republican Party.