Interview with Ellis Arnall, May 6, 1981
Collection: Series I. Ellis G. Arnall
Ellis Arnall interviewed by Hal Henderson. Topics include Arnall’s decision to run for governor in 1966, his views on the 1966 gubernatorial race, possible candidates in the 1966 gubernatorial race, his views on candidates in the 1966 Democratic Primary, Arnall's opinion of Republican candidate Bo Callaway, his support for Jimmy Carter in Carter's 1976 presidential race, Arnall's political philosophy and viewpoints, highlights of Arnall's previous governorship from 1943-1947, his relationship with Bo Callaway and with Ohio Governor James Cox, the write-in campaign for Arnall in the 1966 gubernatorial election, and political processes in Georgia (including the three governors controversy in 1946-47).
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Ellis G. Arnall and Hal Henderson, “Interview with Ellis Arnall, May 6, 1981,” UGA Special Collections Libraries Oral Histories, accessed August 11, 2022, https://georgiaoralhistory.libs.uga.edu/items/show/1824.