Opinion

January 30, 2012

Commentary: Gingrich reminds me of the angry George Wallace

It was the summer of 1982, and I was in Jasper, Ala., a gritty mining community northwest of Birmingham. George Wallace was on the campaign stump, working successfully to become Alabama's governor for the fourth time. He was paralyzed -- wheelchair-bound thanks to Arthur Bremer's failed assassination attempt a decade earlier.

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