Richard Nixon Appeals to S.C. Dixiecrats | History of SC Slide Collection

In 1960, Richard M. Nixon attempted to appeal to South Carolina Democrats who were unhappy with their national party's choice for president, Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy. In a cartoon published in the Greensboro "Daily News," Nixon is portrayed as trying to win votes in South Carolina through association with the popular James F. Byrnes.

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