Though George Wallace has remained out of sight since his November trouncing, his brand of right-wing evangelism is still very much on the minds of his followers. The Association of Wallace Voters met recently in Dallas and it vowed to have a slate of third-party candidates by 1970 to run for state and national posts. In Louisville last week, 176 delegates — some members of such groups as the John Birch Society and the Liberty Lobby — gathered to form yet another conservative party. Wallace, who did not even bother to answer an invitation to address the convention, was...

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