Inspired by the depiction of the fight against Prop. 6 (i.e., the Briggs Amendment) in Milk, Marshall Fine recounts a 1977 conflict with the forces of southern conservatism when he was a young-buck entertainment reporter (i.e., liberal, Jewish, nervy) for Jackson, Mississippi’s Clarion-Ledger and panned a performance by Anita Bryant at a local state fair. Part One of the story was posted yesterday; the second installment will conclude sometime later today.