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The politics of rage : George Wallace, the origins of the new conservatism, and the transformation of American politics

Author: Dan T Carter
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, ©1995.
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The author explains how Wallace transcended his regional parochialism to become the voice of the silent majority and describes Wallace's pivotal role in shaping national politics from 1963 until the present.
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Genre/Form: Biography
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Carter, Dan T.
Politics of rage.
New York : Simon & Schuster, c1995
(OCoLC)604329196
Online version:
Carter, Dan T.
Politics of rage.
New York : Simon & Schuster, c1995
(OCoLC)631685420
Named Person: George C Wallace; George C Wallace
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dan T Carter
ISBN: 0684809168 9780684809168
OCLC Number: 32739924
Description: 572 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: The muse of history --
Student and soldier : "I've done my part" --
The moral compass of ambition --
"The threads ran through" : the Kennedys face the governor --
"We dare defend our rights" : the stand in the schoolhouse door --
"All of us are victims" --
A tremor, not an earthquake : George Wallace and the presidential campaign of 1964 --
"On what meat doth this little Caesar feed?" --
"Stand up for Alabama" : the queen and her consort in a captive state --
"Stand up for America" : the politics of alienation --
Richard Nixon, George Wallace, and the southernization of American politics --
The wars of Richard Nixon : the survival of George Wallace, 1969-1970 --
"Send them a message" : variations on a theme --
Epilogue : "Attention must be paid" : the legacy of George Wallace.
Responsibility: Dan T. Carter.

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The author explains how Wallace transcended his regional parochialism to become the voice of the silent majority and describes Wallace's pivotal role in shaping national politics from 1963 until the present.

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