I just learned about this today. I hope that this man & his story will be taught in the high schools of America. Everywhere but Texas, I suppose.
Lloyd Gaines was moody that winter of 1939, acting not at all like a man who had just triumphed in one of the biggest Supreme Court cases in decades. And oddly, even though it was raining and the sidewalks of Chicago were clogged with slush, he felt a need to buy postage stamps one night.
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