One man's outlook on living in the little town too big for one state.
Saturday, June 11, 2011
Federal Gov't Does Away With State Rights - 1963
June 11, 1963 - In Cambridge, Maryland, race riots erupted after anti-discrimination legislation was made optional depending on the local county. The city was forced by the Federal government to enact desegregation policies. The National Guard remained through May 1965 to prevent further violence