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        StatementTimely Publications
        PublishersTimely Publications
        LC Classifications1972
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        Paginationxvi, 52 p. :
        Number of Pages97
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        ISBN 10nodata

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The American Experience

However, Wallace similarly to Nixon expressed continued opposition to. As judge, Wallace granted probation to some blacks, which may have cost him the 1958 gubernatorial election.

8, 2009 at age 69. Mudslingers: The Top 25 Negative Political Campaigns of All Time Countdown from No. After deployment to Vietnam, Lawrence was promoted to 1st lieutenant and was named executive officer George C. Wallace Delta Company in the early fall of 1965. 5 percent to the unpledged electors' 209,848 30. Indeed, at least one case has been documented of the pro-Nazi and white supremacist distributing a pro-Wallace pamphlet entitled "Stand up for America" despite the campaign's denial of such a connection.

UA shapes a better world through its teaching, research and service. She was accompanying her husband on the Democratic campaign trail for president when Arthur Bremer shot him four times at a campaign rally in Laurel, Md. "I don't know if he would have made it without her," Stewart said.

For African-Americans triumph or tragedy? came by the hundreds, it was a gesture that they were willing to forgive but not necessarily forget. '" Riechers, Maggie March—April 2000. Wallace and his aides George C. Wallace to determine ifthe forthcoming Republican presidential nominee who as a senator from had voted against the on libertarian and constitutional grounds, would advocate repeal of the law, particularly the public accommodations and equal employment sections.

Wallace won the Democratic nomination by a margin of 51 to 49 percent. INGRAM: He was one of the few candidates that I, in my experience, that people would literally fight you over.

We loved him for his determination and his pride and ability and his love for his country and for Alabama," said Martha Bradley, 81, a white Montgomery resident who said she voted for Wallace every time he ran. As demonstrations against the war escalated in the late 1960s, Lawrence said, he never resented the protesters. Marriages and children [ ] Wallace married on May 22, 1943. " With that, they jerked the sheet back, they grabbed him up, they put him in the wheelchair and for two weeks, they pushed him through life.

Wallace challenged sitting president in thebut Johnson prevailed in the race.