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He was extremely persuasive with the state executive and legislative leaders of the period in promoting both the growth of Mississippi Southern and the pro- segregation cause.
In the early s among faculty and administration at Ole Miss one often heard complaints about McCain's unfair and sinister success with the state legislature in diverting resources from Ole Miss to Southern.
Because of his rank in the state National Guard, McCain was often addressed as "General" or, when he was absent, "the Generalissimo. When his behind the scenes influence proved insufficient, he was capable of the vociferous attack.
In a well publicized speech to a Hattiesburg civic club on March 15, , he lashed out at the state legislature for being so paralyzed by the integration issue that they were causing higher education in Mississippi to "come to a grinding halt.
In the early s he obtained the support of his friend and fellow segregationist Governor Ross Barnett to elevate MSC to university status.
This action paved the way for Mississippi Southern College to become a university, and on February 27, , the school was officially renamed The University of Southern Mississippi USM.
He was a prominent and active supporter of the state political establishment's racial policies. McCain was a founder and led it as an authoritarian general leading his troops for decades.
He was accused of still fighting the Civil War. Specifically, he maintained that the Thirteenth Amendment was not legally part of the U.
As a leader of the pro-segregationist White Citizens' Council and a member of its speakers bureau, he made numerous trips north to present the pro-segregation case.
In a period when pressure was growing nationally to integrate the state's institutions of higher learning, he was well known to vehemently oppose the prospect of having any black students at Mississippi Southern.
In recognition of this, in James Meredith made his attempt to enter Ole Miss rather than Southern, thinking success more likely there.
Indeed, when Clyde Kennard , a black Korean War veteran attempted to enroll at Mississippi Southern in the late s, McCain made major efforts with local black leaders, the state political establishment and the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission to prevent it.
The Commission sent Zack J. Van Landingham, a "subversive investigator," to assist him. After he was jailed, Lee and Daniels perjured themselves before racist JP T.
Hobby, claiming to have found five half pints of whiskey, along with other liquor. Kennard was twice arrested on trumped-up criminal charges and eventually sentenced to seven years in the state prison.
McCain's direct involvement in this incident is unclear. He was certainly as aware as other intimate members of the state political establishment were that the charges were fraudulent but made no public objection.
On September 9, , at the very time McCain was so forcefully seeking to keep Clyde Kennard out of Mississippi Southern, he made a trip to Chicago sponsored by the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission, where he explained to the Pro America Forum  the reality of Mississippi life saying that those blacks who sought to desegregate Southern schools were "imports" from the North.
Kennard was, in fact, a native and resident of Hattiesburg. In all fairness, I admit that we are not encouraging Negro voting," he said.
He was equally vocal in Mississippi, having become well practiced in the Cold War anti-communist rhetoric of the period.
He closely echoed conservative Republican presidential candidate Barry Goldwater , who heavily carried the Mississippi white vote in On March 19, , McCain gave the keynote speech at the annual convention of the Mississippi Education Association.
He exposed Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev , Communist China , and Fidel Castro for fomenting the civil rights movement in general and particularly the move to integrate public education in Mississippi.
He labeled the movement un-Christian, quoting Jesus Christ : "For the poor always ye have with ye McCain engaged in verified homophobic acts of purges and witch hunts of faculty and students.
By the fall of both Ole Miss and Mississippi State University had been integrated—the former violently, the latter peacefully.
University of Southern Mississippi leaders, such as President McCain, had come to realize that the battle to maintain segregation was lost.
Therefore, they made extensive confidential plans for the admission and attendance of their first black students. A faculty guardian and tutor was secretly appointed for each.
The same campus police department which six years before had attempted to railroad Kennard to prison when he attempted to enroll, now had very strict orders to prevent or quickly stop any incident involving the two black students.
Student athletic, fraternity, and political leaders were recruited to keep the calm and protect the university from such bad publicity as Ole Miss had suffered from its reaction to James Meredith.
As a result, black students Gwendolyn Elaine Armstrong and Raylawni Branch were enrolled without incident in September McCain had always run the university very much as the authoritarian commander of a military camp.
This management style was challenged by the rebellious spirit of the s on American university campuses. For example in and he attempted with economic pressure and slanted performance evaluations to silence several outspoken liberal faculty members.
This led to a confrontation with various liberal groups, including the Young Democrats led by future Governor Bill Waller. This resulted in turmoil throughout April , and finally to a riot on May 12, which required the intervention of the state police.
As the years passed after , McCain gradually lost the iron disciplined control he had held over the university. After the Jackson State killings of student protesters on Thursday and Friday, May 14—15, , some 75 of his black students staged a sit-down at his home and then his office.
Their demands included the integration of the campus police, the establishment of black social sororities and fraternities , and the inclusion of blacks on the faculty.
Preparing for a protracted process of negotiations, McCain asked the black students to elect a leadership group with which he would deal.
At this time he was also in a struggle to keep the ACLU off his campus. This culminated in January , with a Federal District Court order to grant the ACLU a charter to operate on campus.
In the twenty years that McCain served as president, enrollment grew from in to more than 11, in When he retired in , a Chair of History and the university archival library were named in his honor.
He then kept an office in the library as President Emeritus. He died on September 5, , and is interred at Lakewood Memorial Park in Jackson, Mississippi.
In the later decades of his life McCain was best known for his work in successfully—if highhandedly—building a small teachers college into the regional educational powerhouse that became the University of Southern Mississippi and for his anti-integration activities in the s and s.
He was also recognized regionally as an author, lecturer, historian on the Confederacy and post-Civil War period, archivist and genealogist.