Strom Thurmond cartoons series. 1869-1985 : 1954-1985.


Strom Thurmond cartoons series. 1869-1985 : 1954-1985.

Cartoons received by Senator Thurmond throughout his years of public service, both originals and copies. Subjects covered include anti-communism, the "muzzling the military" Senate investigation, civil rights and the Vietnam War. Specific topics portrayed include Thurmond's switch from the Democratic to the Republican Party in 1964, and his senatorial campaign against Charles "Pug" Ravenel in 1978.

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