In the message Wallace refers to the May 13 episode of "The Huntley-Brinkley Report," which discussed the civil rights demonstrations in Birmingham, Alabama: "Your coverage of the situation...amounted to a series of deliberate, unmitigated lies....
Series of fliers giving George Wallace's position on the following issues during the 1968 presidential campaign: Supreme Court appointments; honesty in government; Vietnam; government spending and the deficit; foreign aid; law enforcement; and open...
The first passage includes a letter from Zelda in May 1919, written from Montgomery, Alabama. In it she discusses homecoming celebrations in the city at the end of World War I, and she asks Scott about his next visit. She also mentions photographs...
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