George Wallace: American Populist

Paperback | January 21, 1995

byStephan Lesher

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Alabama Governor George Wallace captured the national spotlight in fiery opposition to Civil Rights. But biographer Stephan Lesher suggests Wallace's more lasting significance is that of working class spokesman against the intrusion of "big" government. "The first serious study of the whole of Mr. Wallace's career".--The New York Times Book Review.

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Alabama Governor George Wallace captured the national spotlight in fiery opposition to Civil Rights. But biographer Stephan Lesher suggests Wallace's more lasting significance is that of working class spokesman against the intrusion of "big" government. "The first serious study of the whole of Mr. Wallace's career".--The New York Times...

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Alabama Governor George Wallace captured the national spotlight in fiery opposition to Civil Rights. But biographer Stephan Lesher suggests Wallace's more lasting significance is that of working class spokesman against the intrusion of "big" government. "The first serious study of the whole of Mr. Wallace's career".--The New York Times...

As a correspondent for Newsweek, as well as a number of Southern dailies, Stephen Lesher covered Wallace from the time of the Montgomery boycott to the end of his political career. He is the author of A Coronary Event and Media Unbound, among other books.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:624 pages, 9 × 6 × 1.74 inPublished:January 21, 1995Publisher:Da Capo Books

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ISBN - 10:0201407981

ISBN - 13:9780201407983

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Alabama Governor George Wallace captured the national spotlight in fiery opposition to Civil Rights. But biographer Stephan Lesher suggests Wallace's more lasting significance is that of working class spokesman against the intrusion of "big" government. "The first serious study of the whole of Mr. Wallace's career".--The New York Times Book Review