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While much of the world's attention is focused on South Africa's racial problems, the latest chapter of a turbulent story is unfolding in an Alabama city whose name holds special meaning in the history of racial segregation in America - Selma. The city's public school system is in turmoil over the firing of the city's first black school superintendent, Dr. Norward Roussell (at right above, talking to Selma High School students Monday.)

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