T IS ABUNDANTLY CLEAR that there are a great many federal statutes and procedures available to cope with the situation in Mississippi. The Justice Department is just as aware of this fact of life as are the twenty-nine professors who took such sharp issue with Robert Kennedy's demurrer of federal authority. As they put it, "The Attorney General's position would be less misleading and therefore less perilous if he would acknowledge that the President today has power to act but believes that 'the police action' under Section 333 of Title 10 is inadvisable."


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