THIRD PARTIES: Southern Revolt

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James Strom Thurmond, a Southern politician little known and therefore possibly underrated in the North, made a sortie last week into political no-man's land. Appearing in Baltimore, in the border state of Maryland, he was met by a college student dressed in the full regalia of a Confederate brigadier and a mildly interested audience. Standing just over on his side of the Mason-Dixon line, the governor of South Carolina sounded his defiance of the "No'th."

"Those who follow the banners of the States' Rights Democrats," he cried, "are determined that the...

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