George Wallace
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George Wallace
Portrait of George Wallace

20th President of the Confederate States

Predecessor Robert Byrd
Successor Boone Pickens
Vice President Lester Maddox
Born August 25, 1919
Clio, Alabama, CSA
Died September 13, 1999
Political Party Confederalist
Profession Politician

George Corley Wallace, Jr. (August 25, 1919 - September 13, 1999) was a Governor of Alabama and the 20th President of the Confederate States of America. He has the distinction of being the first Confederalist Party candidate to be elected president. Wallace's total support for state's rights, limited government, and strict originalist interpretation of the Constitution made him extremely popular with his party, while his hard stance on non-interventionist foreign policy, despite the War in Vietnam, made him popular with some white liberals, despite being a lifelong proponent of segregation.