Obama’s Evolving Position, part 5
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July 8th, 2011

Obama’s Evolving Position, part 5


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  1. MisTeryWriter says:

    This is accurate. In the early 70's, interracial couples who were married in one state could not check into a hotel together in another state. It was the Federal government who needed to make the issue of marriage a united law for the whole country.

  2. ChayaFradle says:

    OK, I'm a little behind the times. Who is the character smoking in the last panel? Can someone fill me in? I know politicians by name, not by sight. Thanks.

  3. Robert says:

    Chaya, you are so young. That is the late George Wallace. He was a governor of a Southern state when I was just a lad, and became the face of obstructionist neoConfederate intransigence during a certain phase of the Civil Rights movemnt.

    • ChayaFradle says:

      Oh, yes, I do remember, but I was under the impression there was a George Wallace who was the head of the Nazi party in America. Is this a different George Wallace?

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