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Page numbers in italics indicate photographs. Aegis, 161, 274 Agnew, Spiro T., 139, 190, 232, 304, 306; calls Tydings a “radical liberal,” 319, 320, 321 Allen, George 330. See Correll, Walter M., Jr. Alvey, Joseph H., 154–157, 331 American Bar Association, 236, 238, 239, 294, 328 Assateague Island, 199, 288 Astrich, Lynne (Cashman), 197 Bailey, John, 91, 92, 93 Baker, Howard, 223, 224 Baker, R. Robinson “Bricks” and Jean, 4 Baker, Walter, 41 Baltimore Afro-American, 189, 317 Baltimore Magazine, 296 Barkley, Alben W., 28, 42. See Young Democrats Bartlett, E. L. “Bob”, 224–225 Bata Shoe Company, 61, 161 Bayard, Alexis DuPont, 86 Bayh, Birch, 28, 123, 209, 210, 281; “one-man, one-vote,” 202; school prayer, 207; and Thurgood Marshall, 216–17, 222 Beall, George, 139 Beall, J. Glenn, Jr., 304, 317, 319, 321; Index 1976 campaign, 326, 327, 339; “Townhouse Fund”, 320 Beall, J. Glenn, Sr., 6, 8, 121,163, 182, 183, 187, 189–90; and Margaret Beall, 185–86 Bennett, Richard D. “Dick”, 128 Berrigan, Philip, 269. See Vietnam Bible, Alan, 248, 251, 254. See District of Columbia committee Billingsley, Lance, 335, 336 Birmingham, Michael J., 68, 82, 91, 92, 93 Blackmun, Harry, 246 Blum, Irv, 305 Boone, A. Gordon, 64, 82, 93; blames Tydings for conviction, 152–53; House Speaker, 150–51; Security Financial Insurance Corporation, 68–69, 71, 92, 134 Boyd, Bobby, 188 Boyd, Cookman, 94 Boykin, Frank W., 137–150, 160, 345; conviction, 149–150; pressure on Justice Department, 142–43, 145; Tensaw Land & Timber Company, 138 Boynton, S. W. (Samuel), 210 Braase, Ordell, 188 348 INDEX Brennan, William J., 233, 328 Brewster, Daniel B., 52, 82, 93, 150, 187, 203, 255, 273, 288; appointment of federal judges, 231–32; opposes Wallace, 174–75, 181–82. See Wallace, George C.; Assateague Island Bridston, Paul, 309–10, 312, 314, 316, 323. See Life magazine Briscoe, John Hanson, 41 Broadwater, Mary, 128, 333 Bronfman, Alan, 37 Brooke, Edward, 223, 324 Brooks, Helen, 159 Brown, Charles “Buster,” 5 Bryant, C. Farris, 80, 86 Bryant, Paul “Bear,” 138 Buckley, William F., 306 Burger, Warren, 233 Burkley, Bill, 41 Burns, Arthur F., 315. See Life magazine : Federal Reserve meeting Burt, Robert, 205 Bush, George H. W., 28; family planning , 285, 343; renounces NRA, 302 Bush, George W., 220, 270, 275, 302, 335 Bush, Jeb, 303 Butler, John Marshall, 27, 28, 40, 57, 60. See Tydings, Millard E. See also McCarthy, Joseph; political dirty tricks Byrd, H. C. “Curley”, 36, 47, 48, 50 Byrd, Harry Flood, 115, 214, 254 Byrd, Robert, 205 Byron, Goodloe and Beverly, 305 Caro, Robert, 213, 263 Carson, Robert J., 100, 120 Carswell, G. Harrold, 243–246, 306, 318; John Lowenthal testimony, 244–245; Norman Knopf testimony, 244 Carter, Jimmy, 100, 250, 253, 327 Case, Richard W., 66–67, 69–71. See savings & loan issues Casky, Joe, 40 Catholic vote, 48, 72, 74–79, 86, 88–89, 161 Chapman, Nathan A., Jr., 336 Charter Company, 308–309, 312 Cheesborough, Tom, 11, 13, 56 Chennault, Anna, 273. See Vietnam Chesapeake Bay, 1, 9, 10, 17, 18, 40, 198, 277, 279, 286, 289; air pollution, 195, 247, 281–82, 342; crabs and oysters, 286–287; Clean Water Act, 282; effects of industrial agriculture, 287; environmental deregulation under Trump, 287; National Coastal Zone Management Plan, 282; National Estuarine Pollution Study, 282; National Shoreline Study Act, 282 Chesnut, W. Calvin, 94, 100, 104–05; and trial of Judge Manton, 104 Chief Seattle, 290–91 civil rights, 5–8, 51, 53–55, 73, 80, 88–90, 164, 169, 171–174, 189, 195, 231, 234, 241–43, 246, 271, 305, 317–18, 322, 343; Civil Rights Act of 1964, 173, 209, 214, 225, 234, 241; Fair Housing Act of 1968, 349 INDEX 88, 209, 222–25, 342; “Freedom Riders”, 173, 212; Goldstein’s civil rights record, 175–76; integration; 48, 64, 138, 202 (see US Supreme Court decisions: Brown v. Board of Education); lynchings, 172, 213; march in Selma, Alabama, 210, 215, 219; “Southern Manifesto”, 59, 138; Voting Rights Act of 1965, 8, 195, 209–221, 225, 234, 342. See also Carswell, G. Harrold; filibusters; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Ku Klux Klan; urban and race riots Civiletti, Benjamin R., 100–01, 120, 148, 150–52, 158, 332; and US Attorney General, 100, 152 Clark, Joseph S., 203 Clark, Lynn, 167 Clark, Ramsey, 208, 221, 298 Clark, Tom C., 221 Clifford, Clark, 37 Clinton, Bill, 253, 275 Cole, Harry A., 54–55 Colson, Charles W., 312–314, 323, 326. See Life magazine. See...


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