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Senator Strom Thurmond (1902-2003), argues Crespino, was simultaneously "one of the last of the Jim Crow demagogues" and "one of the first post-World War II sunbelt conservatives"--prejudiced, ruthless, and conniving throughout his 70-year career.
Like many artists and most bigots, Strom Thurmond was highly productive early in life.
Algae 2020, Vol 2 author Will Thurmond notes "algae is serving an increasing important role as an emerging solution to create drop-in replacement fuels such as renewable diesel, renewable gasoline, and biojet fuel for commercial aviation, government and defense markets that are compatible with existing aviation, truck fleet, pipeline and storage infrastructure.
Lake Strom Thurmond -- Lincolnton, Georgia June 17-18, 2006
Thurmond had run as a segregationist, and critics accused Lott of wishing for an alternative American history without integration.
The senior fellow of the Strom Thurmond Institute at Clemson University became convinced following last year's devastating storms that maritime assets should play an active and preplanned role in hurricane recovery efforts.
Dear Senator: A Memoir of the Daughter of Strom Thurmond by Essie Mae Washington-Williams and William Stadiem ReganBooks/HarperCollins, January 2005, $24.
Even the authors confess that this book's hilarious premise sounds "like a Saturday Night Live skit": under the impression that he has done more than any living political figure to shape the lives of African Americans, Senator Strom Thurmond announces his plan to write their history.