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To: bilhosty

As I said, the Dems pretty much unified with their Northern brethren once the ‘64 election occurred (however, some Southern Blacks weren’t as uniformally hostile to supporting some Republicans — indeed, in my state, a Black Dem crossed over to elect the first GOP House Speaker in TN in 1969 in a century. They also were the deciding factor in electing a GOP Mayor in Birmingham in that era and tossing the Seg Dems that had controlled the office to that point).


27 posted on 08/31/2009 9:59:57 AM PDT by fieldmarshaldj (~"This is what happens when you find a stranger in the Alps !"~~)
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To: fieldmarshaldj

“some Southern Blacks weren’t as uniformally hostile to supporting some Republicans”

That is a statement I could agree with.


30 posted on 08/31/2009 2:20:56 PM PDT by bilhosty (Tax payers for change)
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