South Carolina

Ashley, Franklin
November 1978
New Republic;11/4/78, Vol. 179 Issue 19, p28
States that the black vote is pivotal in the United States senatorial race between South Carolina Republican Senator Strom Thurmond and his challenger, Democrat Charles D. Ravenel. High percentage of black voters and blacks involved in campaigns in the state; Ravenel's strategy of publishing Thurmond's segregationist statements; Efforts of Thurmond to court the black vote; Description of constituent services done by Thurmond for the blacks.


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