- (James) Strom [strom] /strɒm/, 1902–2003, U.S. politician.
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“James is very generous with his comments,” Thurmond later tersely responded.James Brown, Friend of Strom Thurmond and Mentor to Al Sharpton
July 31, 2014
She revealed her patrimony after Thurmond died; his family later acknowledged the relationship.The Deaths You Missed This Year
Malcolm Jones, Jimmy So, Michael Moynihan, Caitlin Dickson
December 30, 2013
Thurmond, a lawyer, had given loads of info to the cops to help them nail a dirty client of his and then faked his death.Snowden Is a Spy
June 24, 2013
By then, Thurmond had long since laid aside the racial themes of his earlier career.
Thurmond's four deep south states accounted for 39 electoral votes.
Thurmond—the Legate—sent down to say you'd get an official commendation and a promotion for your part.The Planet Savers
Marion Zimmer Bradley
Thurmond's piece appears to have been called "Harlequin Doctor Faustus."