George Wallace Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

George Wallace Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Political Leaders George Wallace including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of George Wallace
Real Name George Wallace
Profession Political Leaders
Nick Name George Corley Wallace, Jr.
Nationality American
Religion Methodist
Political ideology Democratic, American Independent Party (1968)
Personal life of George Wallace
Born on 25 August 1919
Birthday 25th August
Died At Age 79
Sun Sign Virgo
Born in Clio, Alabama
Died on 13 September 1998
Place of death Montgomery, Alabama
Grouping of People African Americans
City Alabama
Diseases & Disabilities Parkinson’s Disease
Family Background of George Wallace
Father George Corley Wallace, Sr.
Mother Mozell Smith
Spouses/Partners Lurleen Brigham Burns, Cornelia Ellis Snively, Lisa Taylor
Children George Wallace, Jr., Bobbi Jo Wallace-Parson, Peggy Sue Wallace-Kennedy, Janie Lee Wallace-Dye
Education University of Alabama School of Law, University of Alabama
Personal Fact of George Wallace

Who would have ever thought, that a young boy, who worked his way through school by boxing professionally or serving as a kitchen helper, would turn out to become one of the most loved/hated politicians in the United States of America. George C. Wallace was the 45th Governor of Alabama, who served two consecutive and two non-consecutive terms.

He was fascinated by politics from a very young age, and despite his financial constraints very early on in life, he received a degree in law and also served the US Army Air Corps for a brief period of time. His political career took off when he served as the assistant attorney general for the state and was then elected to the state legislature. His administrative career was marked by several acmes including his opposition to desegregation busing.

A segregationist and a popular idol among white racists, he was also responsible in hedging the admission of African-American students in the University of Alabama during his tenure. He enforced similar rules in places like Birmingham, Mobile and Huntsville. Till date, he is remembered as a chief figure, who vehemently opposed the civil rights movements. Martin Luther King is quoted to have commented Wallace as perhaps the most dangerous racist in America. He was also the victim of a failed assassination attempt, which paralyzed him till the end of his life.


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