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1967 GEORGE WALLACE SPEECH - HD    Clip ID: 90902
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Date: February 26, 1967
Color: No
Audio: Yes
Description: In the company of his wife Lurleen, the current governor of Alabama, former governor George Wallace makes a speech criticizing both Republicans and Democrats for being too liberal regarding de-segregation and disregarding states' rights. He indicates that if he runs in the 1968 election, it would be as an independent. Protesters walk outside with signs stating that Wallace does not represent the churches. Direct transfer from film, Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 1080p.
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