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A letter from a Mrs. Lois A. Parrill of Denver, Colorado, telling Louise Day Hicks that the Denver ant-force busing group "Citizens Association for Neighborhood School" voted to join the R.O.A.R National Group.

A letter from a resident of Morristown, New Jersey, to Louise Day Hicks commending both Hick's work and the efforts of R.O.A.R through encouragement to "keep up the good work". The resident also mentions his own state of New Jersey where despite…

A letter from a resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, asking to join ROAR in their fight for anti-busing. The resident writes that the people of Las Vegas are apathetic to the busing problem in their neighborhoods, and this resident wants to help ROAR…

A letter from a member of UCCR, United Citizens for Constitutional Rights, group to Louise Day Hicks about the grim condition of anti-busing group efforts in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The member writes that the group disbanded and needed ROAR to…

A student at the American International School of Düsseldorf in Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany, writes to Louise Day Hicks in oppostion to her anti-busing stance, suggesting she invest in new teaching materials for the students

A resident Catholic Priest of Chesterfield, Missouri, writing to Louise Day Hicks about his support for ROAR and anti-busing. The resident also requests any "literature" or published material on ROAR and their actions.

A letter from a resident of Brooklyn, New York, telling Louise Day Hicks about her stand on forced busing on how it destroys self-government and the rights of parents. The resident also urges Louise Day Hicks to keep the fight going with R.O.A.R. and…

A resident of West Orange, NJ, writes to Louise Day Hicks expressing their displeasure of busing for racial balance, and proposes that a nationwide public referendum may solve the issue.

A resident of Waltham, MA, writes to Louise Day Hicks protesting busing, desegregation, and "reverse discrimination"

A resident of Stamford, CT, writes to Louise Day Hicks commending her on her effort to "save the people of South Boston and their children from outside tyranny." The author goes on to describe their own home-schooling idea for the students of Boston.
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