Yes. He was a Democratic candidate for president and he collected a third of the vote of the Democrats in three northern states. This does not make him a Republican.You mean he ran in the PRIMARIES to become a candidate for President in 1964. He didn't make it by a long shot.
Except that I mentioned Wallace as a Democrat in 1964, not 1968. Read the post again if you're still confused.-Any reasonably educated American would know that Johnson "ran for President on the Democratic ticket in 1964" - and won.
-Any reasonably educated American would know that Wallace ran for President on the Independent ticket in 1968.
No, anyone can write a book. That's a poorly thought out cliche that never carried any truth or wisdom with it.There are two funny things about history. One, the winners write the books.
I've only pointed out the "Fact" of George Wallace running as a Democrat presidential candidate in 1964, not 1968 as you claimed, and gaining a credibile amount of support in the process. Do you dispute this?Two, the "facts" as some people call them, which are usually just opinions that connect the actual facts, are open to interpretation and everyone believes their version is 'right'.