TITLE

Scrounging for Votes In Wallace Country

AUTHOR(S)
Wieck, Paul
PUB. DATE
October 1968
SOURCE
New Republic;10/12/68, Vol. 159 Issue 15, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Analyzes the importance of North Carolina state for the Republican Party to gain majority in the U.S. House. Impact of redistricting and retirements on the party; Public support for Governor George Wallace; Strategy adopted by Republican Party candidate James Gardner for gubernatorial elections; Role of the Democratic National Convention in promoting the Wallace campaign; Evaluation of the candidacy of Representative James Gardner for the governor of North Carolina; Information on traditional Republican voters in the South; Organization of a black voting bloc by North Carolina; Attitude of intellectuals in the college communities towards the economic issues.
ACCESSION #
10095741

 

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