Wallace in Texas

Wieck, Paul R.
June 1974
New Republic;6/8/74, Vol. 170 Issue 23, p9
Provides insight about the political image of Alabama Governor George Wallace in Texas. Information that followers of Wallace overwhelmed anti-Wallace labor union loyalists in political conventions; Political popularity of Wallace in presidential primaries of Michigan, Tennessee, North Carolina, Maryland, Florida, New Mexico, and Alabama; Provisions for followers of Wallace made at political conventions of Texas; Plans of Wallaceites to promote Wallace as the presidential candidate, at the caucus in Kansas City, Kansas, in 1976; Number of votes required by Wallace to win the elections in 1976; Hopes of Wallaceites that Wallace will eliminate some of the federal pressures for various kinds of integration and federally financed welfare programs.


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