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Primary Sources Archives of Maryland, Volume 0083, Page 0755 - Executive Records, Governor Spiro T. Agnew, 1967-1969.

" Archives of Maryland, Volume 0083, Page 0755 - Executive Records, Governor Spiro T. Agnew, 1967-1969. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. This archive shows what Governor Spiro Agnew shows that on April 7, 1968 a stae of emergancy was declared and curfews were set in place for Batimore. All availible National Gaurd units were sent to Balimore. "Archives of Maryland, Volume 0083, Page 0763 - Executive Records, Governor Spiro T. Agnew, 1967-1969." Archives of Maryland, Volume 0083, Page 0763 - Executive Records, Governor Spiro T. Agnew, 1967-1969. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. Gov. Harry W. Nice Bridge thought that there should be no violence and that the black man already had oppertunity. Governor Spiro T. Agnew believed we were indebted to the soldiers who helped stopthe riot. "Archives of Maryland, Volume 0083, Page 0761 - Executive Records, Governor Spiro T. Agnew, 1967-1969." Archives of Maryland, Volume 0083, Page 0761-0762 - Executive Records, Governor Spiro T. Agnew, 1967-1969. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Nov. 2012. Gov. Agnew belived that both the white and black need to unite in order to solve the problem if racism. If they did no unite it was feared that there would be a racial war.

"Archives of Maryland, Volume 0083, Page 0757 - Executive Records, Governor Spiro T. Agnew, 1967-1969." Archives of Maryland, Volume 0083, Page 0757 - Executive Records, Governor Spiro T. Agnew, 1967-1969. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Nov. 2012. This archive shows us when Governor Spiro T. From the archive I got that the rioting was so bad in Baltimore that the National Guard was sent to control it. A piont was made to the people that they must not interfere with the officers trying to clean up the situation. "Archives of Maryland, Volume 0083, Page 0754 - Executive Records, Governor Spiro T. Agnew, 1967-1969." Archives of Maryland, Volume 0083, Page 0754 - Executive Records, Governor Spiro T. Agnew, 1967-1969. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Dec. 2012. Gov. Agnew supported the Statewide Open Housing Law that pohibited descrimination in housing. The law was postponeddue to a referendum. Henderson, Paul S. Protesting segregation of teaching programs. Maryland Historical Society. N.p., July 1948. Web. 20 Nov. 2012. <http://www.mdhs.org/source-guide-civil-rightsmovement>. Protesting of schooling went on in 1948. The black people were taxed eqally but did notget the same opertinities as the whites. LaForce, William L. "Sun Coverage: 1968 Baltimore Rriots." Batlimore Sun. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Nov. 2012. <http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/balriots,0,4085551.storygallery>. People protested at schools during the rioting. The people wanted changeandthey wanted it right then. "Lyndon B. Johnson: State of the Union message (1967)." American History. ABC-CLIO, 2012. Web. 5 Dec. 2012 This data base shows allf the changes that increased schooling and jobs if the poor. They were more focused on the poor than the other people of a different race.

Stamberg, Susan. After MLK's Assassination, A Capital Ripped Apart. National Public Radio. Washington D.C., 5 Apr. 2008. National Public Radio, 5 Apr. 2008. Web. 3 Dec. 2011. Transcript. Susan Stamberg tells us that she saw when she returned to the Baltimore/ D.C. area after two and a half years away in India. They returned not too long after the Assassination. WJZ-TV, prod. Riot Footage. Baltimore '68: Riots and Rebirth. N.p., n.d. Web. 6 Dec. 2012. <http://archives.ubalt.edu/bsr/images/footage.html>. You got to see the after the riot andthe damages with it. You see the way the people, millitary and the police delt with the situation. WMAR-TV, prod. Baltimore Riot Scenes from April 1968. Baltimore '68: Riots and Rebirth. N.p., n.d. Web. 6 Dec. 2012. <http://archives.ubalt.edu/bsr/images/footage.html>. In this video you saw the total distructionof the Baltimore. You saw the police, military and firemen all working together to put order back into the city.