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If Governor George Wallace Was Alive During Reconstruction, What Would His Plan For The South Be After The Civil War?

I am taking on the roll of Wallace in a Reconstruction Roundtable and i need help answering this.

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    Since he was a segregationist, I'm sure he'd have had the same views in the 1800s.

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    does that mean he would take the view of any southern leader during the 1800s?

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    Wallace would have fought for the separation of the races. He would have opposed any benefits for African-Americans.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Wallace

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