A Letter From The Publisher: Oct. 18, 1968

ATLANTA Correspondents Arlie Schardt and Roger Williams, who have spent the past six weeks traveling with George Wallace, have listened so often to the basically unchanging content of the candidate's one speech that either man could probably deliver it himself without notes, But much more was needed for this week's cover story, written by Gerald Clarke and edited by Michael Demarest. It was difficult to collect the material because Wallace is a peculiarly uncooperative subject for an interview. Most of the time he is friendly enough; the trouble is, he volunteers little beyond "The Speech." The best part of the...

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