The Wallace Message From Massachusetts

Wieck, Paul R.
February 1976
New Republic;2/28/76, Vol. 174 Issue 9, p9
Focuses on the political campaigns by George C. Wallace, governor of Alabama, in Massachusetts for the presidential elections in the U.S. Moral Qualities possessed by Wallace; Opinion that Wallace scores big with an anecdote illustrating his views on foreign policy; Overview of the theme of speech given by Wallace during his campaign; Discussion of campaigns by labor leader Henry M. Scoop against Wallace.


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