George Wallace

George Wallace
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George Wallace
George Wallace
45th Governor of Alabama
In office
January 17, 1983 – January 19, 1987
Lieutenant Bill Baxley
Preceded by Fob James
Succeeded by H. Guy Hunt
In office
January 18, 1971 – January 15, 1979[note 1]
Lieutenant Jere Beasley
Preceded by Albert Brewer
Succeeded by Fob James
In office
January 14, 1963 – January 16, 1967
Lieutenant James Allen
Preceded by John Patterson
Succeeded by Lurleen Wallace
First Gentleman of Alabama
In role
January 16, 1967 – May 7, 1968
Governor Lurleen Wallace
Preceded by Lurleen Wallace
Succeeded by Martha Farmer Brewer (as First Lady)
Personal details
Birthday/Birthplace George Corley Wallace Jr.
(1919-08-25)August 25, 1919
Clio, Alabama, U.S.
Deceased September 13, 1998(1998-09-13)
Montgomery, Alabama, U.S.
Resting place Greenwood Cemetery
Political party Democratic
Other political
American Independent (1968)
  • Lurleen Burns (m. 1943; d. 1968)
  • Cornelia Snively (m. 1971; div. 1978)
  • Lisa Taylor (m. 1981; div. 1987)
Kid(s) 4, including George
Alma mater University of Alabama
Military service
Service/branch United States Army
Years of service 1942–1945
Rank Staff Sergeant
Unit United States Army Air Forces
Battles/wars World War II

George Wallace’s Biography

In 1937 he entered the University of Alabama, in the school of Law. That year his parents died and he combined his studies with amateur boxing. He graduated in 1942 joining the army in the Air Force to participate in the Second World War in operations in the Pacific. However, an illness in April 1943 keeps him in serious danger of death and Wallace will not remain in the army. In 1946 he was elected for the first time to the Alabama Parliament in the ranks of the Democratic Party.

Police officers cut off protesters at the Selma march.

In 1962, after his defeat in 1958, he was elected Governor of the state and rejected any understanding of the application of the civil rights and anti-segregationist policy. On January 14, 1963 will pronounce the phrase that will go down in history on the subject of racial segregation: “segregation now and segregation always.” On June 11 of the same year he manifested in the national media his opposition to the politics of racial integration at the University of Alabama, posing it as a challenge to the then President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, on the occasion of the application of the judicial resolution that obliged the University to register and allow Vivian Malone and John Hood to attend classes. His political attitude led him to leave the Democratic Party and to present himself as President of the United States for the Independent American Party in 1968 without success. In 1970 he is elected again Governor of Alabama. In 1972, once again in the ranks of the Democratic Party, he tried again to make a presidential career and, again, in 1975, always without success.

In 1979 and for the first time he regrets his racist attitudes in public, sending letters to different American civil rights leaders. He was elected again as Governor in 1982.

George Wallace Net Worth – $10 Million

More Facts about George Wallace

Net Worth Stats $10 Million
Born August 25, 1919, Clio, Alabama, United States
Died September 13, 1998, Montgomery, Alabama, United States
Born/Where Atlanta
His/Her Height 6 ft 2 in (1.9 m)
What He/She Does Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter
Alma Mater University of Alabama School of Law, University of Alabama
Citizenship United States of America
Relationships Cornelia Wallace (m. 1971�1978), Lurleen Wallace (m. 1943�1968)
Children George Wallace, Jr., Bobbi Jo Wallace, Peggy Sue Wallace, Janie Lee Wallace
AKA(s) George Henry Wallace
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