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06/02/2021

Who killed George Wallace?

Who killed George Wallace?

Bremer was found guilty and sentenced to 63 years (53 years after an appeal) in a Maryland prison for the shooting of Wallace and three bystanders….

Arthur Bremer
Born Arthur Herman Bremer August 21, 1950 Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.
Occupation Busboy/Janitor
Criminal status Paroled
Parent(s) William and Sylvia Bremer

How many states did George Wallace win in the 1968 presidential election?

Wallace won five states in the Deep South and ran well in some ethnic enclave industrial districts in the North; he is the most recent third party candidate to win one or more states.

Who was Goldwater’s running mate?

Republican presidential nominee, Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona chose Representative William E. Miller of New York as his vice presidential running mate.

Is Bob Goldwater related to Barry Goldwater?

PHOENIX (AP) — Bob Goldwater, known as the “Father of the Phoenix Open” and a member of one of Arizona’s most influential Republican families, died Saturday at home, his son Don said. He was 96. Goldwater is the brother of the late Barry Goldwater, the five-time U.S. senator from Arizona.

Did Barry Goldwater vote against the Civil Rights Act?

Goldwater voted in favor of both Civil Rights Act of 1957 and the 24th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution but did not vote on the Civil Rights Act of 1960.

What religion was Lyndon Johnson?

Johnson self-identified as a Christian, but he is not known to have been a member of any church. He sometimes attended Methodist services with his wife, and he also attended Catholic services.

Did Queen Elizabeth II dance with an African?

Queen Elizabeth II showed her anti-racism credentials when she sparked global headlines by dancing with Ghana’s president in 1961—while America was still facing segregation, a historian tells Newsweek.

Did the Queen really dance with an African?

Queen Elizabeth II dances with Ghanaian president Kwame Nkrumah at a ball in Accra, Ghana, in 1961.

Does the queen approve of the Crown?

The royal household has never agreed to vet or approve content, has not asked to know what topics will be included, and would never express a view as to the program’s accuracy. Well, that’s a little awkward.