DEMOCRATS: And Then There Were Ten

King maker or mischief maker?

Democrats uneasily pondered that question last week as George Corley Wallace, 56, announced that for the fourth time since 1964, he was a candidate for President. He is the tenth Democrat to declare. Although he is paralyzed from the waist down and confined to a wheelchair as a result of the 1972 attempt on his life, Wallace seemed determined to prove he is as salty and vigorous as ever. Appearing on a banner-draped platform at a motel in Montgomery, Ala., he threw away an eleven-page prepared speech and...

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