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Strom Thurmond - Quotes

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The white people of the South are the greatest minority in this nation. They deserve consideration and understanding instead of the persecution of twisted propaganda. ---->>>

If I had been elected president in 1948, history would be vastly different. I believe we would have stemmed the growth of Big Government, which had begun with the New Deal and culminated with the Great Society. ---->>>

Segregation in the South is honest, open and aboveboard. Of the two systems, or styles of segregation, the Northern and the Southern, there is no doubt whatever in my mind which is the better. ---->>>

She walks well, she looks good. Let's see how she kisses. ---->>>

It is a matter of common knowledge that the government of South Carolina is under domination of a small ring of cunning, conniving men.

It is a matter of common knowledge that the government of South Carolina is under domination of a small ring of cunning, conniving men.

I am not prejudiced against the Negro. When I was governor, I did more to help the Negroes in our State than any previous Governor, and I think you can find Negro leaders in the State who will attest to this fact. ---->>>

I fully recognize and appreciate the many substantial contributions of black Americans and other minorities to the creation and preservation and development of our great nation. ---->>>

I don't think it's a question of age as much as it's a question of what kind of shape you're in. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 12-05, 1902
Birthplace:
Die: 06-26, 2003
Occupation: Politician
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James Strom Thurmond (December 5, 1902 – June 26, 2003) was an American politician who served for 48 years as a United States Senator from South Carolina. He ran for president in 1948 as the States Rights Democratic Party candidate, receiving 2.4% of the popular vote and 39 electoral votes. Thurmond represented South Carolina in the United States Senate from 1954 until 2003, at first as a Democrat and, after 1964, as a Republican (wikipedia)