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Which of the following conclusions can be made by examining the map below showing racial integration of public schools by 1964?
Map of the Desegregation in the South 1954-1964. Digital image. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Mar. 2016.
Poor states like Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia could not afford to integrate their schools during the era.
Racism was not an issue in states like Kentucky and West Virginia during the era.
States like Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia held contempt for the Federal government during the era.
Florida was less racist than its neighboring states due to white migration patterns from Northern urban centers during the era.
Presidents Kennedy and Johnson were ineffective in convincing Southern states to integrate their school systems.