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ASAlabama Gov. George C. Wallace (left) raises his hand to stop U.S. Deputy Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach in 1963 as Wallace fails to keep blacks from enrolling at the University of Alabama. Mr. Katzenbach, who played a key role in federal desegregation of the South, died Tuesday. He was 90. (Associated Press)

ASAlabama Gov. George C. Wallace (left) raises his hand to stop U.S. Deputy Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach in 1963 as Wallace fails to keep blacks from enrolling at the University of Alabama. Mr. Katzenbach, who played a key role in federal desegregation of the South, died Tuesday. He was 90. (Associated Press)

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