Interview with Ellis Arnall, Part 3, February 21, 1986

Collection: Series I. Ellis G. Arnall

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Ellis Arnall interviewed by Hal Henderson. Topics include Arnall’s thoughts on M.E. Thompson’s run for governor, Arnall's decision to run for governor in 1966, Arnall's national and state reputation, reasons for his loss of support in Georgia post-1947, his political relationship with Jimmy Carter, his relationship with Harry Truman, his support for Henry Wallace, his 1944 vice presidential nomination, his post-gubernatorial activities, his stance on the race issue, his thoughts on Martin Luther King, Jr. and civil disobedience, the county unit system, his views on the lack of corruption in his gubernatorial administration, and his write-in campaign in the 1966 gubernatorial election.

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1986-02-21

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RBRL096HPH-OHARN13

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Ellis G. Arnall and Hal Henderson, “Interview with Ellis Arnall, Part 3, February 21, 1986,” UGA Special Collections Libraries Oral Histories, accessed August 11, 2022, https://georgiaoralhistory.libs.uga.edu/items/show/1814.