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After the first civil rights march in Selma, Ala. George Wallace to the White House. Recognizing that federalizing Alabama troops would generate even fiercer backlash and potentially greater violence, he needed to persuade Wallace to ask for the assistance. Reminding Wallace that long before the governor had ridden segregation to power, he had been a populist, Johnson said: "You came into office a liberal -- you spent all your life trying to do things for the poor.
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