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A.001. Southern Politics: Bass-De Vries Interviews

Creator: Southern Oral History Program

The Bass-De Vries group of interviews includes discussions with political leaders, journalists, editors, party officials, political scientists, campaign directors, union officials, civil rights leaders, and congress people from Alabama, Arkansas, (more)

A-0001 Interview with Richard Arrington (2 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-29

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Richard Arrington, African American city councilman in Birmingham, Ala., discusses race, politics, governance, and community action with interviewer Jack Bass. 18 July 1974

A-0002 Interview with Bill Baxley (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-29

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Bill Baxley, attorney general of Alabama, discusses racism, George Wallace, and the death penalty with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 9 July 1974

A-0003 Interview with Jere Beasley (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-29

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Jere Beasley, lieutenant governor of Alabama, discusses state politics, campaign expenditures, governor's executive power, organized labor, state finances, and George Wallace with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 15 July 1974

A-0004 Interview with Winton M. Blount (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-29

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Winton "Red" Blount, Republican candidate for an Alabama seat in the United States Senate, discusses politics, Republican Party, George Wallace, and Richard Nixon's "southern strategy" with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 10 July 1974

A-0005 Interview with Albert P. Brewer (2 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-29

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Albert P. Brewer, former governor of Alabama, discusses politics, race, waterway project, industrial development, Republican Party, Dixiecrats, and Yellow Dog Loyalists with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 9 July 1974

A-0006 Interview with U. W. Clemon (2 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-12-15

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: U. W. Clemon, Alabama state senator elect, discusses Operation New Birmingham, African American politicians, race, George Wallace, school desegregation, and busing with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 17 August 1974

A-0007 Interview with Johnny Ford (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-29

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Johnny Ford, African American mayor of Tuskegee, Ala., discusses politics, governance, endorsements for Richard Nixon and George Wallace, political parties, organization he and Floyd McKissick formed, and black political leadership with interviewers ...

A-0008 Interview with Charles G. Gomillion (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-29

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Charles G. Gomillion, African American political leader in Tuskegee, Ala., discusses Gomillion vs. Lightfoot, voter registration, NAACP, Johnny Ford, and schools with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 11 July 1974

A-0009 Interview with John Grenier (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-29

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: John Grenier, Republican Party leader in Alabama, discusses the Republican Party's internecine fighting, religious fundamentalists, and ultraconservatives with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 17 July 1974

A-0010 Interview with Howell Heflin (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-12-15

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Howell Heflin, Alabama State Supreme Court Chief Justice, discusses court reform, state consitution reform, race, politics, and the Warren court (Chief Justice Earl Warren) with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 9 July 1974

A-0011 Interview with Ray Jenkins (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-29

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Ray Jenkins, editor of the Alabama Journal, discusses political parties, populism, George Wallace, impact of Wallace assasination attempt, reapportionment, and race with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 4 February 1974

A-0012 Interview with Frank M. Johnson (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-29

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Frank Johnson, federal judge in Alabama, discusses judiciary as a force for change in the South, legislation, race, Republican Party, and reapportionment with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 10 July 1974

A-0013 Interview with John L. LeFlore (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-31

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: John L. LeFlore, African American civil rights leader and Alabama politician, discusses Jim Crow, lynching, segregation, his career as a reporter, NAACP, voter registration in Mobile, Ala., state legislature, and George Wallace with interviewers Jack...

A-0014 Interview with Harold Martin (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-31

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Harold Martin, editor and publisher of the Montgomery Advertiser in Alabama, discusses George Wallace, the paper's editorials and reactions thereto, race, and the University of Alabama with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 15 July 1974

A-0015 Interview with Bert Nettles (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-12-15

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Bert Nettles, Alabama state senator, discusses Republican Party politics, George Wallace, race, and press coverage of politics with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 13 July 1974

A-0016 Interview with Alan Parker (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-31

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Alan Parker, bank president and community leader in Alabama, discusses racial attitudes in Tuskegee, Ala., George Wallace, the Ku Klux Klan, and interracial marriage with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 11 June 1974

A-0017 Interview with John Patterson (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-31

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: John Patterson, former governor of Alabama, discusses state government, reapportionment, George Wallace, race, politics, and federal courts with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 12 June 1974

A-0018 Interview with Pierre Pelham (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-31

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Pierre Pelham, Alabama state senator, discusses reapportionment, George Wallace's economic policies, racism, and reform with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 13 July 1974

A-0019 Interview with Joe Reed (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-31

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Joe Reed, African American chairman of the Alabama Democratic Conference, discusses civil rights activism, George Wallace, and federal judiciary with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 10 August 1974

A-0020 Interview with Thomas Reed (3 items)

Date Deposited: 2014-10-31

Collection: Southern Oral History Program Interviews

Abstract: Thomas Reed, African American state representative in the Alabama legislature, discusses voting patterns, reapportionment, legislative reform, George Wallace, race relations, and federal judiciary with interviewers Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. 11 ...