In today's world this would be considered a selfie/photobomb of Dr. King as state troopers stand shoulder to shoulder on the steps of Alabama's State Capitol (March 25, 1965), barring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from entering.
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Segregationist Strom Thurmond from South Carolina. Thurmond ran for president in 1948 on the 'Dixiecrat' ticket. Dixiecrats were a 'states rights' Southern faction of the Democratic party. He was also a Senator for 48 years. He also had a daughter by an African-American woman in 1925. Thurmond carried the secret to his grave.