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Sanford won the governor’s race and helped Kennedy carry the state in that nail-biting election.
Taken together, Sanford’s words as governor created a kind of second Emancipation Proclamation for North Carolina.
Combined with Sanford’s aggressive steps to improve schools, “I started thinking I could do anything I wanted to,” Blue said.
Later in his term, Sanford would talk more forcefully, and in more depth, about civil rights.
A Harvard University study in 1981 ranked Sanford as one of the 10 best governors of the century.
“I do not support gay marriages being recognized in Florida,” he wrote Andrew Walther of Sanford.
Sanford hits back at Sullivan, who “has certainly not lived up to this clause.”
Sanford informs that he plans to get a lawyer, whom he will “instruct… not to fight back.”
So Graham, Scott, and Sanford could have found a way to make it to Charleston if it really mattered to them.
Rep. Mark Sanford, the Appalachian trail-hopping ex-governor who now represents the city in Congress, spent the day in Washington.
Digby returned well satisfied to the study, where Mr Sanford was still reading his book.
Mr Sanford was a very good scholar and a gentleman, but he had no talent for the economical arrangements of a school.
Digby had to leave Julian, who was now taken before Mr Sanford; but he promised to wait for him at the end of the passage.
I am now the master of this school, Mr Sanford having yielded his authority, with the sanction of your parents, into my hands.
Among the new arrivals was Lorette Sanford, a beautiful little trick of a girl.David Lannarck, Midget|George S. Harney