Reassessing the Legacy of George Wallace

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There was a very odd occurrence in the “Cradle of the Confederacy” in July 1987: Presidential aspirant and civil rights activist Jesse Jackson paid a visit to the Montgomery, Alabama, home of George Corley Wallace.

It had been 126 years since Jefferson Davis stood on the steps . . .

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