Last week's would-be political Lazarus: South Carolina's Democratic
Senator Strom Thurmond, entombed as the Dixiecrat candidate for
President in 1948, who seemed willing to rise again. In Rock Hill, S.C., Thurmond cried
out for a "real Democrat" (a term he deems almost exclusive to himself) to take over
the state's party leadership and be ready to act "independently" in 1960.
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