I was at the meeting reference the 4-2-1 plan. Regardless of your views about that plan, I felt that a public referendum was needed before we would turn our governmental system upside down. Afterwards, however, I began thinking about race relations and what the black community could do in order to achieve an adequate voice in the affairs of government, which was the purpose of the 4-2-1 plan.
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