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Hubert Humphrey


In office
January 20, 1965 – January 20, 1969
President Lyndon B. Johnson
Preceded by Lyndon B. Johnson
Succeeded by Spiro Agnew

In office
January 3, 1971 – January 13, 1978
Preceded by Eugene McCarthy
Succeeded by Muriel Humphrey

In office
January 3, 1949 – December 30, 1964
Preceded by Joseph H. Ball
Succeeded by Walter Mondale

In office
1977–1978
President James Eastland
Leader Robert Byrd
Preceded by None
Succeeded by George J. Mitchell (1987)

In office
January 3, 1961 – December 30, 1964
Leader Mike Mansfield
Preceded by Mike Mansfield
Succeeded by Russell B. Long

In office
July 2, 1945 – November 30, 1948
Preceded by Marvin L. Kline
Succeeded by Eric G. Hoyer

Born May 27, 1911(1911-05-27)
Wallace, South Dakota
Died January 13, 1978 (aged 66)
Waverly, Minnesota
Political party Democratic-Farmer-Labor
Spouse(s) Muriel Buck Humphrey
Children Hubert Humphrey III
Nancy Humphrey
Robert Humphrey
Douglas Humphrey
Residence Minneapolis, Minnesota
Alma mater .University of Minnesota, Louisiana State University, and the Capitol College of Pharmacy.^ My son is studying the biological sciences and Chemistry at the University of Minnesota, a good but not highest tier state univerisity.
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^ Augsburg College North Central University University of Minnesota Get Rates near Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome - Vikings and Twins .
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^ Huron, South Dakota Louisiana State University Tau Delta Phi Russell B. Long See also (20) .
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Religion Congregationalism (United Church of Christ)/United Methodist
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.Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Jr. (May 27, 1911 – January 13, 1978) served under President Lyndon B. Johnson as the 38th Vice President of the United States.^ Humphrey was born on May 27, 1911, in Wallace, S.Dak.
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^ May 27 , 1911 .
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^ He was elected Vice President of the United States on the Democratic ticket with Lyndon Johnson in 1964, and served from January 20 , 1965 , until January 20 , 1969 .
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.Humphrey twice served as a United States Senator from Minnesota, and served as Democratic Majority Whip.^ Humphrey twice served as a United States Senator from Minnesota , and served as Democratic Majority Whip .
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^ In November of 1948, voters in Minnesota elected Humphrey to the United States Senate.
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^ He served as the Senate Democratic Whip from 1961 to 1964.
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.He was a founder of the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party and Americans for Democratic Action.^ In 1948, Humphrey (with the backing of the Farmer-Labor party) became the first Democrat from Minnesota ever elected to the U.S. Senate.
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^ In 1947 he joined with theologian Reinhold Niebuhr , historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr., and others to organize the anticommunist Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) and conducted a successful purge of communists from Minnesota's new Democratic‐Farmer‐Labor party.
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^ During this period he was instrumental in merging the state’s Democratic and Farmer-Labor parties.
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.He also served as Mayor of Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1945–1949. In 1968, Humphrey was the nominee of the Democratic Party in the 1968 presidential election but lost to the Republican nominee, Richard Nixon.^ Democratic Party Presidential candidate 1968 (lost) .
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^ He also served as Mayor of Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1945–1949.
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^ If his only adversary had been Republican nominee Richard Nixon, Humphrey may still have been elected president in 1968.
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Early years

.Humphrey was born in Wallace, South Dakota.^ Hubert H. Humphrey was born on May 27, 1911, in Wallace, South Dakota.
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^ Humphrey was born in Wallace, South Dakota.
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^ Born in South Dakota, 1912 .
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.He was the son of Hubert Humphrey, Sr.^ Son of Hubert Horatio Humphrey and Christine (Sannes) Humphrey; brother of Ralph W. Humphrey ; married, September 3, 1936 , to Muriel Fay Buck ; father of Hubert Horatio Humphrey III ; grandfather of Hubert Horatio Humphrey IV .
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^ Humphrey was the son of Hubert H. Humphrey, Sr., a pharmacist, and Christine Sannes.
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^ Great-grandson of Hubert Horatio Humphrey ; grandson of Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Jr. Muriel Buck Humphrey ; son of Nancy Lee (Jeffrey) Humphrey and Hubert Horatio Humphrey III .
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and .Ragnild Kristine Sannes, who was a Norwegian immigrant.^ Ragnild Kristine Sannes, who was Norwegian .
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^ Ragnild Kristine Sannes, who was Norwegian.
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^ Humphrey was born in Wallace, South Dakota ( Codington County ) to Ragnild Kristine Sannes, who was Norwegian, and Hubert Humphrey, Sr.
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[1] .Humphrey spent most of his youth in the small town of Doland, South Dakota, on the Dakota prairie; during his years living in Doland the town's population was around 700. His father was the town pharmacist and a community leader; he served as Doland's mayor and as a town council member.^ His father was the town pharmacist and a community leader; he served as Doland's mayor and as a town council member.
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^ Humphrey was born in Wallace, South Dakota.
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^ His father was the town pharmacist and a community leader; he served as Doland's More From Wikipedia » News & Blogs › .
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.In the late 1920s a severe economic downturn hit Doland; both of the town's banks closed and Humphrey's father struggled to keep his drugstore open.^ In the late 1920s a severe economic downturn hit Doland; both of the town's banks closed and Humphrey's father struggled to keep his drugstore open.
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^ All of Doland's banks closed and many other businesses failed as the local farmers and townsfolk couldn't afford to pay their bills.
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^ Humphrey had been an exceedingly adroit and pragmatic parliamentarian, with close friendships and productive relationships that transcended background, breeding, bank account, and caucus.
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.After his son graduated from Doland's high school, Hubert, Sr.^ After his son graduated from Doland's high school, Hubert, Sr.
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left .Doland and opened a new drugstore in the larger town of Huron, South Dakota (population 11,000), where he hoped to improve his fortunes.^ Huron, South Dakota , from 1933 to 1937 .
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^ Doland and opened a new drugstore in the larger town of Huron, South Dakota , where he hoped to improve his fortunes.
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^ In the late 1920s a severe economic downturn hit Doland; both of the town's banks closed and Humphrey's father struggled to keep his drugstore open.
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.As a result of the family's financial struggles, Hubert had to leave the University of Minnesota after just one year to help his father in the new drugstore.^ In the heart of Bloomington Minnesota this Hilton Family hotel is just one...
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^ As a result of the family's financial struggles, Hubert had to leave the University of Minnesota after just one year to help his father in the new drugstore.
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^ He earned a pharmacist's license from the Capitol College of Pharmacy in Denver, Colorado (completing a two-year course in just six months), and spent the years from 1930 to 1937 helping his father run the family drugstore.
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.He earned a pharmacist's license from the Capitol College of Pharmacy in Denver, Colorado (completing a two-year licensure program in just six months), and spent the years from 1930 to 1937 helping his father run the family drugstore.^ He earned a pharmacist's license from the Capitol College of Pharmacy in Denver, Colorado (completing a two-year course in just six months), and spent the years from 1930 to 1937 helping his father run the family drugstore.
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^ He attended the Capitol College of Pharmacy in Denver, Colorado, and became a registered pharmacist in 1933.
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^ After public school, he graduated from Capitol College of Pharmacy, Denver in 1933 .
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.He was a brother of Phi Delta Chi (Theta Chapter), a professional pharmaceutical fraternity and in 1965 he was made an honorary brother of Alpha Phi Alpha, an African-American fraternity.^ He was a brother of Phi Delta Chi , a professional pharmaceutical fraternity.
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^ He was a brother of Phi Delta Chi (Theta Chapter), a professional pharmaceutical fraternity and an honorary brother of Alpha Phi Alpha , an African-American fraternity.
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^ In 1965, Humphrey was made an Honorary Life Member of Alpha Phi Alpha , the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African American males.
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.He was also a brother of Tau Delta Phi.^ Huron, South Dakota Louisiana State University Tau Delta Phi Russell B. Long See also (20) .
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^ He was a brother of Phi Delta Chi , a professional pharmaceutical fraternity.
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^ He was a brother of Phi Delta Chi (Theta Chapter), a professional pharmaceutical fraternity and an honorary brother of Alpha Phi Alpha , an African-American fraternity.
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.Over time the "Humphrey Drug Company" in Huron became a profitable enterprise and the family was able to prosper again.^ He then became a pharmacist with the Humphrey Drug Co.
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^ Over time the "Humphrey Drug Company" in Huron became a profitable enterprise and the family was able to prosper again.
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^ Born in Macon to a family of modest means, Humphrey was bright enough to get into Georgia Tech but left when Norma became pregnant with the first of their four children.
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.However, Hubert did not enjoy working as a pharmacist, and his dream remained to earn a doctorate in political science and become a college professor.^ However, Hubert did not enjoy working as a pharmacist, and his dream remained to earn a doctorate in political science and become a college professor.
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^ A year later he was able to return to the University of Minnesota where he earned his B.A. (magna cum laude) in political science in 1939 and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
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^ He went to college at the University of Minnesota, earned a master's degree in political science, and quickly moved into Democratic politics in the city of Minneapolis.
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.In 1937 he returned to the University of Minnesota and earned a bachelor's degree in 1939. He also earned a master's degree from Louisiana State University in 1940, serving as an assistant instructor of political science there.^ He then became an instructor and graduate student at the University of Minnesota from 1940 – 1941 .
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^ Humphrey then returned to school, receiving a degree from the University of Minnesota in 1939 .
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^ He taught there and later at the University of Minnesota.
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.One of his classmates was Russell B. Long, a future U.S. Senator from Louisiana.^ Huron, South Dakota Louisiana State University Tau Delta Phi Russell B. Long See also (20) .
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^ He also earned a graduate degree from Louisiana State University in 1940 (his classmate was Russell B. Long , future senator from Louisiana .
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^ One of his classmates was Russell B. Long , a future senator from Louisiana .
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.He then became an instructor and doctoral student at the University of Minnesota from 1940 to 1941 (joining the American Federation of Teachers), and was a supervisor for the Works Progress Administration (WPA).^ He then became an instructor and graduate student at the University of Minnesota from 1940 – 1941 , and worked for the Works Progress Administration (W.P.A.).
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^ He then became an instructor and graduate student at the University of Minnesota from 1940 – 1941 .
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^ He then became an instructor and graduate student at the University of Minnesota from 1940 to 1941 (joining the American Federation of Teachers ), and was a supervisor for the Works Progress Administration (WPA).
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Humphrey would soon become active in Minneapolis politics, and as a result he never finished his Ph.D.

Marriage and family

.In 1934 Hubert began dating Muriel Buck; she was a bookkeeper and graduate of local Huron College.^ In 1934 Hubert began dating Muriel Buck ; she was a bookkeeper and graduate of local Huron College .
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^ She attended Huron College and met Humphrey in 1934, when she was working as a bookkeeper.
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^ In 1936 he married Muriel Buck of Huron.
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.They were married in 1936 and remained married until Humphrey's death nearly 42 years later.^ At the time of her death she was 42 years old.
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^ At the time of his death he was 42 years old.
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^ Son of Hubert Horatio Humphrey and Christine (Sannes) Humphrey; brother of Ralph W. Humphrey ; married, September 3, 1936 , to Muriel Fay Buck ; father of Hubert Horatio Humphrey III ; grandfather of Hubert Horatio Humphrey IV .
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.They had four children: Hubert Humphrey III, Nancy Faye Humphrey, Robert, and Douglas.^ They had four children: Hubert III, Nancy, Robert, and Douglas.
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^ Born in Macon to a family of modest means, Humphrey was bright enough to get into Georgia Tech but left when Norma became pregnant with the first of their four children.
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^ They were made at the dedication of the Hubert Horatio Humphrey Health, Education and Welfare building in Washington...
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.Unlike many prominent politicians Humphrey never became wealthy, and through most of his years as a U.S. Senator and Vice-President his home was located in a modest middle-class housing development in Chevy Chase, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C..^ Through most of his years as a U.S. Senator and Vice-President his home was located in a modest middle-class housing development in Chevy Chase, Maryland , a suburb of Washington, D.C. .
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^ Vice President Humphrey bust .
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^ As Vice President, Humphrey has undertaken many foreign missions in behalf of the President.
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.In 1958 Hubert and Muriel used their savings to build a lakefront home in Waverly, Minnesota, some forty miles west of Minneapolis.^ In the 1960s Hubert and Muriel used their savings to build a lakefront home in Waverly, Minnesota , some forty miles west of Minneapolis.
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^ Welcome to the TownePlace Suites Minneapolis West, located 4 miles from downtown Minneapolis and 16 miles from the Minneapolis/St.
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^ Welcome to the SpringHill Suites Minneapolis West, located 4 miles from downtown Minneapolis and 16 miles from the Minneapolis/St.
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City and state politics (1942–1948)

.During World War II, Humphrey tried twice to join the armed forces, but was rejected both times due to a hernia.^ When William Regal, Eugene's long-time manager & friend, tried to intervene, Triple H turned Eugene against him by talking about how Regal was forced to be Eugene's friend by Bischoff.

^ During the World Title match, the Rock placed a cloth covered with ether across the Undertaker's mouth, trying to knock him out.

^ Cena tried to arrange a "#1 Contenders" Match between the two men, but Edge & Triple H joined forces, getting Cena to agree to a "Handicap" Match against them instead!

.Instead, he served in an administrative capacity in a variety of wartime government agencies; he also worked as a college instructor.^ Instead, he served in an administrative capacity in a variety of wartime government agencies; he also worked as a college instructor.
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^ He then became an instructor and graduate student at the University of Minnesota from 1940 – 1941 , and worked for the Works Progress Administration (W.P.A.).
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^ He then became an instructor and graduate student at the University of Minnesota from 1940 to 1941 (joining the American Federation of Teachers ), and was a supervisor for the Works Progress Administration (WPA).
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.In 1942 he was the state director of new production training and reemployment and chief of the Minnesota war service program.^ In 1942 he was the state director of new production training and reemployment and chief of the Minnesota war service program.
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^ During World War II , he became state director of new production training and reemployment and State chief of Minnesota war service program 1942 ; assistant director, War Manpower Commission 1943 ; professor in political science at Macalester College in St. Paul 1943– 1944 ; radio news commentator 1944– 1945 .
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^ During World War II , he became state director of war production training and reemployment and State chief of Minnesota war service program 1942 ; assistant director, War Manpower Commission 1943 ; professor in political science at Macalester College in St. Paul 1943– 1944 ; radio news commentator 1944– 1945 .

.In 1943 he was the assistant director of the War Manpower Commission.^ In 1943 he was the assistant director of the War Manpower Commission.
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^ During World War II , he became state director of new production training and reemployment and State chief of Minnesota war service program 1942 ; assistant director, War Manpower Commission 1943 ; professor in political science at Macalester College in St. Paul 1943– 1944 ; radio news commentator 1944– 1945 .
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^ During World War II , he became state director of war production training and reemployment and State chief of Minnesota war service program 1942 ; assistant director, War Manpower Commission 1943 ; professor in political science at Macalester College in St. Paul 1943– 1944 ; radio news commentator 1944– 1945 .

From 1943-1944 Humphrey was a professor in political science at Macalester College in St. Paul and from 1944-1945 he was a news commentator for a Minneapolis radio station.
.In 1943, Humphrey made his first run for elective office, for mayor of Minneapolis.^ Minneapolis Mayor Hubert Humphrey in his office, circa 1948.
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^ In 1943 , he made his first run at elective office, for mayor of Minneapolis , but he lost.
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^ In 1943, Humphrey made his first run for elective office, for mayor of Minneapolis.
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.Although he lost, his poorly-funded campaign still captured over 47% of the vote.^ Although he lost, his poorly-funded campaign still captured over 47% of the vote.
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^ Their first meeting was in the Wisconsin primary, where Kennedy's well-organized and well-funded campaign defeated Humphrey's energetic but poorly-funded effort.
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^ Although Humphrey's draft status seemed to invite exploitation by his political opponents, his chronic lack of campaign funds and organization, as well as his moderate liberal image, actually lost him the nomination.
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.In 1944, Humphrey was one of the key players in the merger of the Democratic and Farmer-Labor parties of Minnesota to form the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party (DFL).^ In 1948, Humphrey (with the backing of the Farmer-Labor party) became the first Democrat from Minnesota ever elected to the U.S. Senate.
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^ It was created on April 15, 1944 when the Minnesota Democratic Party and the Farmer-Labor Party merged.
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^ He was reelected to the Senate in 1970 as a Democratic–Farmer-Labor Party candidate.
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When in 1945 Minnesota Communists attempted to seize control of the new party, Humphrey became an engaged anti-Communist and led the successful fight to oust the Communists from the DFL.
.After the war, he again ran for mayor of Minneapolis and won the election with 61% of the vote.^ After the war, he ran for and became mayor of Minneapolis 1945– 1948 .
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^ After an unsuccessful bid for mayor of Minneapolis in 1943, Humphrey won election two years later.
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.He served as mayor from 1945–1949. He was re-elected in 1947 by the largest margin in the city's history to that time.^ He was re-elected in 1947 by the largest margin in the city's history to that time.
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^ He served as mayor from 1945–1949.
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^ He also served as mayor of Minneapolis , Minnesota, 1945–1949.
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.Humphrey gained national fame during these years by becoming one of the founders of the liberal anti-communist Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) and for reforming the Minneapolis police force.^ Humphrey gained national fame during these years by becoming one of the founders of the liberal anti-communist Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) and for reforming the Minneapolis police force.
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^ Humphrey upon return to Minneapolis after the 1948 Democratic National Convention .
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^ During the period of McCarthyism (1950–1954), Humphrey was accused of being "soft on Communism ," despite having been one of the founders of the anti-communist liberal organization Americans for Democratic Action , having been a staunch supporter of the Truman Administration's efforts to combat the growth of the Soviet Union , and having fought Communist political activities in Minnesota and elsewhere.
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.Previously, the city had been declared the antisemitism capital of the country and the then smaller African-American population of the city encountered numerous instances of racial discrimination.^ Previously, the city had been declared the antisemitism capital of the country and the small African-American population of the city encountered numerous instances of racial discrimination.
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^ Previously, the city had been declared the Anti-Semitism capital of the country and the small African-American population of the city encountered numerous instances of racism .
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^ He did, however, maintain his role as liaison to the country's mayors, a duty that dovetailed nicely with his assignment as civil rights coordinator and liaison to the country's African American leaders.
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.Humphrey worked hard to end these examples of racism, and his tenure as mayor would be famous for his efforts to fight bigotry in all its forms.^ Humphrey worked hard to end these examples of racism, and his tenure as mayor would be famous for his efforts to fight bigotry in all its forms.
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^ His tenure as mayor would be famous for his efforts to fight bigotry in all its forms.
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^ Seating Notes: The Minnesota Twins are active members in the community and are working hard to ensure that all fans can enjoy the game.
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The 1948 Democratic National Convention

Humphrey discussing civil rights at the 1948 Democratic National Convention
.The national Democratic Party of 1948 was split between liberals who thought the federal government should assertively guarantee civil rights for non-whites and southern conservatives who thought that states should have the power to enforce racial segregation and limit the rights of non-white citizens (the "states' rights" position).^ Humphrey delivering his civil rights speech at the 1948 Democratic National Convention .
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^ The national Democratic Party of 1948 was split between liberals who thought the federal government should assertively guarantee civil rights for non-whites and southern conservatives who thought the states should be able to choose what civil rights their citizens would enjoy (the " states' rights " position).
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^ Humphrey discussing civil rights at the 1948 Democratic National Convention .
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.At the 1948 Democratic National Convention, the party platform reflected this division and contained only platitudes in favor of civil rights.^ Humphrey delivering his civil rights speech at the 1948 Democratic National Convention .
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^ At the 1948 Democratic National Convention , the draft party platform reflected this division and contained only platitudes in favor of civil rights.
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^ At the Democratic National Convention in 1948, he led an unsuccessful effort to include a strong civil rights plank in the party’s presidential platform.
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.Though the incumbent President Harry S Truman had already issued a detailed 10-point Civil Rights Program calling for aggressive federal action on the issue of civil rights, he gave his backing to the party establishment's platform that was a replication of the 1944 Democratic National Convention plank on civil rights.^ Humphrey delivering his civil rights speech at the 1948 Democratic National Convention .
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^ Humphrey discussing civil rights at the 1948 Democratic National Convention .
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^ Though the incumbent President Harry S Truman had already issued a detailed 10-point Civil Rights Program calling for aggressive federal action on the issue of civil rights, he gave his backing to the party establishment's platform that was a replication of the 1944 Democratic National Convention plank on civil rights.
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.A diverse coalition opposed this tepid platform, including anti-communist liberals like Humphrey, Paul Douglas and John Shelley, all of whom would later become known as leading progressives in the Democratic Party.^ A diverse coalition opposed this tepid platform, including anti-communist liberals like Humphrey, Paul Douglas and John Shelley , all of whom would later become known as leading progressives in the Democratic Party.
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^ Paul Levesque soon became known as Jean-Paul Levesque , and cut promos using the best French accent he could develop (which, as he would say later, wasn't very great).
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^ Also strongly backing the liberal civil rights plank were Democratic urban bosses like Ed Flynn of the Bronx , who promised the votes of northeastern delegates to Humphrey's platform, Jacob Arvey of Chicago , and David Lawrence of Pittsburgh .
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.These liberals proposed adding a "minority plank" to the party platform that would commit the Democratic Party to a more aggressive opposition to racial segregation.^ These liberals proposed adding a "minority plank" to the party platform that would commit the Democratic Party to a more aggressive opposition to racial segregation .
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^ The minority plank called for federal legislation against lynching , an end to legalized school segregation in the South, and ending job discrimination based on skin color.
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^ Though the incumbent President Harry S Truman had already issued a detailed 10-point Civil Rights Program calling for aggressive federal action on the issue of civil rights, he gave his backing to the party establishment's platform that was a replication of the 1944 Democratic National Convention plank on civil rights.
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.The minority plank called for federal legislation against lynching, an end to legalized school segregation in the South, and ending job discrimination based on skin color.^ The minority plank called for federal legislation against lynching , an end to legalized school segregation in the South, and ending job discrimination based on skin color.
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^ These measures have opened job opportunities, eliminated discrimination in places of public accommodation, provided for the desegregation of schools and made discrimination in housing illegal.
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^ Seek new legislation to eliminate discrimination in state as well as Federal juries, and guarantee the right of equal opportunity in state and local government employment.
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.Also strongly backing the liberal civil rights plank were Democratic urban bosses like Ed Flynn of the Bronx, who promised the votes of northeastern delegates to Humphrey's platform, Jacob Arvey of Chicago, and David Lawrence of Pittsburgh.^ Also strongly backing the liberal civil rights plank were Democratic urban bosses like Ed Flynn of the Bronx, Jacob Arvey of Chicago, and David Lawrence of Pittsburgh, who were generally regarded at the time as being more conservative.
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^ Also strongly backing the liberal civil rights plank were Democratic urban bosses like Ed Flynn of the Bronx , who promised the votes of northeastern delegates to Humphrey's platform, Jacob Arvey of Chicago , and David Lawrence of Pittsburgh .
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^ Humphrey discussing civil rights at the 1948 Democratic National Convention .
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.Although viewed as being conservatives, these urban bosses believed that Northern Democrats could gain many black votes by supporting civil rights, and that losses among anti-civil rights Southern Democrats would be relatively small.^ Although viewed as being conservatives, these urban bosses believed that Northern Democrats could gain many black votes by supporting civil rights, and that losses among anti-civil rights Southern Democrats would be relatively small.
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^ Also strongly backing the liberal civil rights plank were Democratic urban bosses like Ed Flynn of the Bronx, Jacob Arvey of Chicago, and David Lawrence of Pittsburgh, who were generally regarded at the time as being more conservative.
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^ He won particular acclaim for achieving bipartisan support for the Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty (1963) and the Civil Rights Act (1964).
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.Though many scholars have suggested that labor unions were leading figures in this coalition, no significant labor leaders attended the convention, with the exception of the heads of the Congress of Industrial Organizations Political Action Committee (CIOPAC), Jack Kroll and A.F. Whitney.^ Though many scholars have suggested that labor unions were leading figures in this coalition, virtually all significant labor leaders with the exception of the head of the Congress of Industrial Organizations' Political Action Committee (CIOPAC) Jack Kroll and A.F. Whitney, did not attend the convention.
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^ Though many scholars have suggested that labor unions were leading figures in this coalition, no significant labor leaders attended the convention, with the exception of the heads of the Congress of Industrial Organizations Political Action Committee (CIOPAC), Jack Kroll and A.F. Whitney.
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^ Filthy Vagina Disorder is the leading cause of death amongst homely caucasion dope whores.sherri was no exception.
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.Despite aggressive pressure by Truman's aides to avoid forcing the issue on the Convention floor, Humphrey chose to speak on behalf of the minority plank.^ Despite aggressive pressure by Truman aides to avoid forcing the issue on the Convention floor, Humphrey chose to speak.
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^ Despite aggressive pressure by Truman's aides to avoid forcing the issue on the Convention floor, Humphrey chose to speak on behalf of the minority plank.
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^ In a renowned speech, Humphrey passionately told the Convention: "To those who say, my friends, to those who say, that we are rushing this issue of civil rights, I say to them we are 172 years too late!
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.In a renowned speech, Humphrey passionately told the Convention, "To those who say, my friends, to those who say, that we are rushing this issue of civil rights, I say to them we are 172 years too late!^ "There are those who say—this issue of civil rights is an infringement on states' rights.
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^ Humphrey delivering his civil rights speech at the 1948 Democratic National Convention .
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^ I say we are 172 years late.
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.To those who say, this civil rights program is an infringement on states' rights, I say this: the time has arrived in America for the Democratic Party to get out of the shadow of states' rights and walk forthrightly into the bright sunshine of human rights!"^ "There are those who say—this issue of civil rights is an infringement on states' rights.
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^ Two decades later, old-timers could still repeat from memory a couple of the punch lines from the Philadelphia speech: “To those who say that we are rushing this issue of civil rights—I say to them, we are 172 years late!” And: “The time has arrived in America for the Democratic Party to get out of the shadow of states’ rights and walk forthrightly into the bright sunshine of human rights!” .
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^ "There are those who say to you," he shouted, "we are rushing this issue of civil rights.
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.Humphrey and his allies succeeded; the pro-civil-rights plank was narrowly adopted.^ Humphrey and his allies succeeded; the pro-civil-rights plank was narrowly adopted.
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^ Century List - www.americanrhetoric.com Hubert Humphrey gave this speech supporting civil rights, causing 35.
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^ In a renowned speech, Humphrey passionately told the Convention: "To those who say, my friends, to those who say, that we are rushing this issue of civil rights, I say to them we are 172 years too late!
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.As a result of the Convention's vote, the Mississippi and one half of the Alabama delegation walked out of the hall.^ (As a result of the Convention's vote, several Southern delegates walked out of the hall.
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^ As a result of the Convention's vote, the Mississippi and one half of the Alabama delegation walked out of the hall.
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^ Humphrey also was out-organized by McGovern in caucus states and was trailing in delegates at the 1972 Democratic National Convention in Miami Beach, Florida .
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.Many Southern Democrats were so enraged at this affront to their "way of life" that they formed the Dixiecrat party and nominated their own presidential candidate, Governor Strom Thurmond of South Carolina.^ Democratic Party Presidential candidate 1968 (lost) .
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^ Many Southern Democrats were so enraged that they formed the " Dixiecrat " party.
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^ Many Southern Democrats were so enraged that they formed the " Dixiecrat " party and nominated their own presidential candidate, Strom Thurmond .
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.The goal of the Dixiecrats was to take several Southern states away from Truman and thus cause his defeat.^ The goal of the Dixiecrats was to take several Southern states away from Truman and thus cause his defeat.
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^ They battle in and out of the ring, Chyna gets several shots in, when Triple grabs a chair HBK takes it away.
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^ However, after taking several shots from both men accidentally during a segment on "Raw," Triple H demanded McMahon stay away from ringside during his matches.
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.The Southern Democrats reasoned that after such a defeat the national Democratic Party would never again aggressively pursue a pro-civil rights agenda.^ Humphrey discussing civil rights at the 1948 Democratic National Convention .
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^ The Southern Democrats reasoned that after such a defeat the national Democratic Party would never again aggressively pursue a pro-civil rights agenda.
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^ Though the incumbent President Harry S Truman had already issued a detailed 10-point Civil Rights Program calling for aggressive federal action on the issue of civil rights, he gave his backing to the party establishment's platform that was a replication of the 1944 Democratic National Convention plank on civil rights.
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.However, this move actually backfired.^ However, this move actually backfired.
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.Although the strong civil rights plank adopted at the Convention cost Truman the support of the Dixiecrats, it gained him important votes from blacks, especially in large northern cities.^ Although the strong civil rights plank adopted at the Convention cost Truman the support of the Dixiecrats, it gained him important votes from blacks, especially in large northern cities.
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^ Although the strong civil rights plank adopted at the Convention cost Truman the support of the Dixiecrats, it gained him important votes from blacks, especially in Northern cities.
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^ Century List - www.americanrhetoric.com Hubert Humphrey gave this speech supporting civil rights, causing 35.
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.As a result Truman won a stunning upset victory over his Republican opponent, Thomas E. Dewey.^ As a result Truman won a stunning upset victory over his Republican opponent, Thomas E. Dewey .
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.Truman's victory demonstrated that the Democratic Party no longer needed the "Solid South" to win presidential elections, and thus weakened Southern Democrats instead of strengthening their position.^ Truman's victory demonstrated that the Democratic Party no longer needed the "Solid South" to win presidential elections, and thus weakened Southern Democrats instead of strengthening their position.
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^ Humphrey's inaction during the riots, as well as public backlash from securing the presidential nomination without entering a single primary, highlighted turmoil in the Democratic party's base that proved to be too much for Humphrey to overcome in time for the general election.
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^ Many Southern Democrats were so enraged at this affront to their "way of life" that they formed the Dixiecrat party and nominated their own presidential candidate, Governor Strom Thurmond of South Carolina .
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.Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David McCullough has written that Humphrey probably did more to get Truman elected in 1948 than anyone other than Truman himself.^ Pulitzer Prize -winning historian David McCullough has written that Humphrey probably did more to get Truman elected in 1948 than anyone other than Truman himself.
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^ I have seen in the Halls of Congress more idealism, more humaneness, more compassion, more profiles of courage than in any other institution that I have ever known.

^ Humphrey calculated that his mid-western populist roots would appeal more to the state's disenfranchised voters more than the Ivy League millionaire's son, Kennedy.
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The Happy Warrior (1948–1964)

.Minnesota elected Humphrey to the United States Senate in 1948 on the DFL ticket, and he took office on January 3, 1949. He was the first Democrat elected senator from the state of Minnesota since before the Civil War.^ Humphrey twice served as a United States Senator from Minnesota , and served as Democratic Majority Whip .
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^ It was over before Obama took office.
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^ Minnesota elected Humphrey to the United States Senate in 1948 on the DFL ticket, and he took office on January 3, 1949.
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.Humphrey's father died that year, and Humphrey stopped using the "Jr."^ Humphrey's father died that year, and Humphrey stopped using the "Jr."
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^ Eight years later and two years before he died of cancer, Humphrey wrote, “As I talked about a new day for America , I thought I .
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suffix on his name. .He was re-elected in 1954 and 1960.^ He was re-elected in 1954 and 1960 .
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.His colleagues selected him as majority whip in 1961, a position he held until he left the Senate on December 29, 1964 to assume the vice presidency.^ His colleagues selected him as majority whip in 1961, a position he held until he left the Senate on December 29, 1964 to assume the vice presidency.
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^ The Metrodome was named after Hubert H. Humphrey, former Minnesota senator and US Vice President who was a loyal Minnesota sports fan and followed them at any chance.
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^ Through most of his years as a U.S. Senator and Vice-President his home was located in a modest middle-class housing development in Chevy Chase, Maryland , a suburb of Washington, D.C. .
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.During this period, he served in the 81st, 82nd, 83rd, 84th, 85th, 86th, 87th, and a portion of the 88th Congress.^ During this period, he served in the 81st , 82nd , 83rd , 84th , 85th , 86th , 87th , and a portion of the 88th Congress .
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^ He was chairman of the Select Committee on Disarmament ( 84th and 85th Congresses).
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^ This time he served in the 92nd , 93rd , 94th , and a portion of the 95th Congress .
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.Initially, Humphrey's support of civil rights led to his being ostracized by Southern Democrats, who dominated most of the Senate leadership positions and who wanted to punish Humphrey for proposing the successful civil rights platform at the 1948 Convention.^ Humphrey delivering his civil rights speech at the 1948 Democratic National Convention .
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^ Humphrey discussing civil rights at the 1948 Democratic National Convention .
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^ Transformed civil rights in 1948.
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.However, Humphrey refused to be intimidated and stood his ground; his integrity, passion and eloquence eventually earned him the respect of even most of the Southerners.^ However, Humphrey refused to be intimidated and stood his ground; his passion and eloquence eventually earned him the respect of even most of the Southerners.
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^ However, Humphrey's critics were vocal and persistent - even his nickname, the Happy Warrior, was used against him.
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^ Like most recruits, Humphrey heard of A.L. Williams by chance, when an acquaintance from his Mormon church sold him term insurance.
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.His acceptance by the Southerners was also helped a great deal when Humphrey became a protege of Senate Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas.^ On October 25, 1977 , he addressed the Senate, and on November 3, 1977 , Humphrey became the first person other than a Member or the President to address the House of Representatives in session.
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^ Communist credentials of Cold War liberals like Truman, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and Hubert Humphrey .
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^ Humphrey twice served as a United States Senator from Minnesota , and served as Democratic Majority Whip .
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.Humphrey became known for his advocacy of liberal causes (such as civil rights, arms control, a nuclear test ban, food stamps, and humanitarian foreign aid), and for his long and witty speeches.^ In the Senate, Humphrey became known for his advocacy of liberal causes (such as civil rights , arms control , a nuclear test ban , food stamps , and humanitarian foreign aid ), and for his long and witty speeches.
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^ Humphrey became known for his advocacy of liberal causes (such as civil rights , arms control , a nuclear test ban , food stamps , and humanitarian foreign aid ), and for his long and witty speeches.
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^ In a renowned speech, Humphrey passionately told the Convention: "To those who say, my friends, to those who say, that we are rushing this issue of civil rights, I say to them we are 172 years too late!
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.During the period of McCarthyism (1950–1954), Humphrey was accused of being "soft on Communism," despite having been one of the founders of the anti-communist liberal organization Americans for Democratic Action, having been a staunch supporter of the Truman Administration's efforts to combat the growth of the Soviet Union, and having fought Communist political activities in Minnesota and elsewhere.^ Humphrey gained national fame during these years by becoming one of the founders of the liberal anti-communist Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) and for reforming the Minneapolis police force.
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^ During the period of McCarthyism (1950–1954), Humphrey was accused of being "soft on Communism ," despite having been one of the founders of the anti-communist liberal organization Americans for Democratic Action , having been a staunch supporter of the Truman Administration's efforts to combat the growth of the Soviet Union , and having fought Communist political activities in Minnesota and elsewhere.
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^ Humphrey gained national fame during these years by being among the founders of the liberal anti-communist Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) and for reforming the Minneapolis police force.
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.In 1954 Humphrey proposed to make mere membership in the Communist Party a felony — a proposal that failed.^ In 1954 Humphrey proposed to make mere membership in the Communist Party a felony — a proposal that failed.
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^ During the period of McCarthyism (1950-1954), Humphrey was accused of being "soft on Communism," but in 1954 Humphrey proposed to make mere membership in the Communist Party a felony.
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^ Even as mayor, Humphrey had battled Communists and pro-Soviet leftists for control of his Democratic-Farmer-Labor party.
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.He was chairman of the Select Committee on Disarmament (84th and 85th Congresses).^ He was chairman of the Select Committee on Disarmament ( 84th and 85th Congresses).
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^ He was chairman on the Select Committee on Disarmament ( Eighty-fourth and Eighty-fifth Congresses).
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^ During this period, he served in the 81st , 82nd , 83rd , 84th , 85th , 86th , 87th , and a portion of the 88th Congress .
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.In February, 1960, Senator Humphrey introduced a bill to establish a National Peace Agency.^ In his autobiography The Education of a Public Man, Hubert Humphrey wrote: "There were three bills of particular emotional importance to me: the Peace Corps , a disarmament agency, and the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.
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^ While President John F. Kennedy gets credit for creating the Peace Corps , the first initiative came from Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, Jr. (D- Minnesota ) when he introduced the first bill to create the Peace Corps happened in 1957—three years prior to JFK and his University of Michigan speech.
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^ In 1974 he introduced the highly ambitious Humphrey-Hawkins Full Employment and National Growth bill, which eventually passed after his death in 1978.
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[2] .As Democratic whip in the Senate in 1964, Humphrey was instrumental in the passage of the Civil Rights Act of that year.^ Humphrey discussing civil rights at the 1948 Democratic National Convention .
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^ As Democratic whip in the Senate in 1964 , Humphrey was instrumental in the passage of the Civil Rights Act of that year.
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^ As Democratic whip in the Senate in 1964, Humphrey was instrumental in the passage of the Civil Rights Act of that year.
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.Humphrey's consistently cheerful and upbeat demeanor, and his forceful advocacy of liberal causes, led him to be nicknamed "The Happy Warrior" by many of his Senate colleagues and political journalists.^ Humphrey's consistently cheerful and upbeat demeanor, and his forceful advocacy of liberal causes, led him to be nicknamed "The Happy Warrior" by many of his Senate colleagues and political journalists.
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^ Humphrey became known for his advocacy of liberal causes (such as civil rights , arms control , a nuclear test ban , food stamps , and humanitarian foreign aid ), and for his long and witty speeches.
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^ He was known in the U.S. Senate as The Happy Warrior, working to effect positive change so that many more people than ever before could now live the American Dream.
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.While President John F. Kennedy gets credit for creating the Peace Corps, the first initiative came from Humphrey when he introduced the first bill to create the Peace Corps in 1957—three years prior to JFK and his University of Michigan speech.^ Lee Humphrey's first three .
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^ It was Hubert Humphrey who developed the idea of the Peace Corps and presented it to President Kennedy.
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^ While President John F. Kennedy gets credit for creating the Peace Corps , the first initiative came from Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, Jr. (D- Minnesota ) when he introduced the first bill to create the Peace Corps happened in 1957—three years prior to JFK and his University of Michigan speech.
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.In his autobiography, "The Education of a Public Man," Hubert Humphrey wrote: "There were three bills of particular emotional importance to me: the Peace Corps, a disarmament agency, and the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.^ In his autobiography The Education of a Public Man, Hubert Humphrey wrote: "There were three bills of particular emotional importance to me: the Peace Corps , a disarmament agency, and the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.
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^ Humphrey became known for his advocacy of liberal causes (such as civil rights , arms control , a nuclear test ban , food stamps , and humanitarian foreign aid ), and for his long and witty speeches.
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^ While President John F. Kennedy gets credit for creating the Peace Corps , the first initiative came from Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, Jr. (D- Minnesota ) when he introduced the first bill to create the Peace Corps happened in 1957—three years prior to JFK and his University of Michigan speech.
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.The President, knowing how I felt, asked me to introduce legislation for all three.^ The President, knowing how I felt, asked me to introduce legislation for all three.
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^ We know little about how Mr. Obama responds to crisis, because before becoming president, all he had ever run was his mouth.
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^ Nothing terribly wrong with the match but itself as all three guys know how to save a sound match.

.I introduced the first Peace Corps bill in 1957. It did not meet with much enthusiasm.^ It did not meet with much enthusiasm.
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^ I introduced the first Peace Corps bill in 1957.
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^ While President John F. Kennedy gets credit for creating the Peace Corps , the first initiative came from Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, Jr. (D- Minnesota ) when he introduced the first bill to create the Peace Corps happened in 1957—three years prior to JFK and his University of Michigan speech.
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.Some traditional diplomats quaked at the thought of thousands of young Americans scattered across their world.^ Some traditional diplomats quaked at the thought of thousands of young Americans scattered across their world.
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.Many senators, including liberal ones, thought the idea was silly and unworkable.^ Many senators, including liberal ones, thought the idea was silly and unworkable.
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^ Ironically, many news stories and editorials on public school failure mentions other districts, including one that raised an eyebrow for me: Washington D.C. .
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^ Chris Dodd is not a liberal, but said to be one of the most corrupt members of the US Senate.
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.Now, with a young president urging its passage, it became possible and we pushed it rapidly through the Senate.^ Now, with a young president urging its passage, it became possible and we pushed it rapidly through the Senate.
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^ Through most of his years as a U.S. Senator and Vice-President his home was located in a modest middle-class housing development in Chevy Chase, Maryland , a suburb of Washington, D.C. .
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^ On October 25, 1977, he addressed the Senate, and on November 3, 1977, Humphrey became the first person other than a member of the House or the president to address the House of Representatives in session.
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.It is fashionable now to suggest that Peace Corps Volunteers gained as much or more, from their experience as the countries they worked.^ It is fashionable now to suggest that Peace Corps Volunteers gained as much or more, from their experience as the countries they worked.
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.That may be true, but it ought not demean their work.^ That may be true, but it ought not demean their work.
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.They touched many lives and made them better."^ They touched many lives and made them better."
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^ Not only that, but they've been mocking Bret Hart a lot lately, and to see them mock something Austin made famous was even better.

^ They take place when people begin to live a little better--and when they see how much yet remains to be achieved.

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Presidential and Vice-Presidential ambitions (1952–1964)

In the 1960 primaries, Humphrey won South Dakota and Washington, D.C.
.Humphrey ran for the Democratic presidential nomination twice before his election to the Vice Presidency in 1964. The first time was as Minnesota's favorite son in 1952, where he received only 26 votes on the first ballot; the second time was in 1960. In between these two presidential bids, Senator Humphrey was part of the free-for-all for the vice-presidential nomination at the 1956 Democratic National Convention, where he received 134 votes on the first ballot and 74 on the second.^ Humphrey twice served as a United States Senator from Minnesota , and served as Democratic Majority Whip .
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^ In between these two presidential bids, Senator Humphrey was part of the free-for-all for the vice-presidential nomination at the 1956 Democratic National Convention , where he received 134 votes on the first ballot and 74 on the second.
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^ The first time was as Minnesota's "favorite son" in 1952, where he received only 26 votes on the first ballot; the second time was in 1960.
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.In 1960, Humphrey ran again for the Democratic presidential nomination against fellow Senator John F. Kennedy in the primaries.^ In 1972, Humphrey once again ran for the Democratic nomination for president.
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^ In 1960, Humphrey ran again for the Democratic presidential nomination against fellow Senator John F. Kennedy in the primaries.
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^ At the conclusion of the Democratic primary process that year, even with Jimmy Carter having the requisite number of delegates needed to secure his nomination, many still wanted Humphrey to announce his availability for a "draft" movement.
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.Their first meeting was in the Wisconsin Primary, where Kennedy's well-organized and well-funded campaign defeated Humphrey's energetic but poorly-funded effort.^ Their first meeting was in the Wisconsin primary, where Kennedy's well-organized and well-funded campaign defeated Humphrey's energetic but poorly-funded effort.
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^ Kennedy won the Wisconsin primary, but by a smaller margin than anticipated; some commentators argued that Kennedy's victory margin had come almost entirely from areas that were heavily Roman Catholic , and that Protestants actually supported Humphrey.
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^ Humphrey also briefly considered mounting a campaign for the Democratic nomination from the Convention once again in 1976 , when the primaries seemed likely to result in a deadlock, but ultimately decided against it.
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.Kennedy's attractive brothers, sisters, and wife combed the state looking for votes.^ Kennedy's attractive brothers, sisters, and wife combed the state looking for votes, at one point Humphrey memorably complained that he "felt like an independent merchant running against a chain store."
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^ Kennedy defeated Humphrey soundly, winning 60.8% of the vote in that state.
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.At one point Humphrey memorably complained that he "felt like an independent merchant running against a chain store."^ Kennedy's attractive brothers, sisters, and wife combed the state looking for votes, at one point Humphrey memorably complained that he "felt like an independent merchant running against a chain store."
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^ As a result, Humphrey refused to quit the race and decided to run against Kennedy again in the West Virginia primary.
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^ At one point, Kane slammed Helmsley into a chair, while also shoving him against a ringpost, breaking open Helmsley's forehead.

.Kennedy won the Wisconsin primary, but by a smaller margin than anticipated; some commentators argued that Kennedy's victory margin had come almost entirely from areas that were heavily Roman Catholic, and that Protestants actually supported Humphrey.^ Kennedy won the Wisconsin primary, but by a smaller margin than anticipated; some commentators argued that Kennedy's victory margin had come almost entirely from areas that were heavily Roman Catholic , and that Protestants actually supported Humphrey.
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^ Humphrey calculated that his midwestern populist roots and Protestant religion (he was a Congregationalist ) would appeal to the state's disenfranchised voters more than the Ivy League and Catholic millionaire's son, Kennedy.
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^ Robert Kennedy's assassination in June, after winning the California primary, assured Humphrey the nomination by default but left the Democratic party in serious disarray.
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.As a result, Humphrey refused to quit the race and decided to run against Kennedy again in the West Virginia primary.^ As a result, Humphrey refused to quit the race and decided to run against Kennedy again in the West Virginia primary.
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^ Humphrey traveled around the state in a cold rented bus, while Kennedy and his staff flew around West Virginia in a large, modern, family-owned airplane.
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^ Kennedy's attractive brothers, sisters, and wife combed the state looking for votes, at one point Humphrey memorably complained that he "felt like an independent merchant running against a chain store."
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.Humphrey calculated that his midwestern populist roots and Protestant religion (he was a Congregationalist) would appeal to the state's disenfranchised voters more than the Ivy League and Catholic millionaire's son, Kennedy.^ Humphrey calculated that his midwestern populist roots and Protestant religion (he was a Congregationalist ) would appeal to the state's disenfranchised voters more than the Ivy League and Catholic millionaire's son, Kennedy.
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^ Kennedy won the Wisconsin primary, but by a smaller margin than anticipated; some commentators argued that Kennedy's victory margin had come almost entirely from areas that were heavily Roman Catholic , and that Protestants actually supported Humphrey.
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^ Pulitzer Prize -winning historian David McCullough has written that Humphrey probably did more to get Truman elected in 1948 than anyone other than Truman himself.
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But Kennedy led comfortably until the issue turned to religion. .When he asked an adviser why he was losing ground in the polls compared to his earlier performance, the adviser explained "no one knew you were a Catholic then."^ When asked why he was quickly losing ground in polls, one adviser explained to Kennedy, "no one knew you were a Catholic then."
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^ Why you ask?
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^ Webutante : No one does illegal immigration and education elitism better than you, Victor.
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.Kennedy chose to meet the religion issue head-on.^ Kennedy chose to engage the religion issue head-on.
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^ But Kennedy led comfortably until the issue turned to religion.
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.In radio broadcasts, he carefully repositioned the issue from one of Catholic versus Protestant to tolerance versus intolerance.^ In radio broadcasts, he carefully repositioned the issue from one of Catholic versus Protestant to tolerance versus intolerance.
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.Kennedy's appeal placed Humphrey, who had championed tolerance his entire career, on the defensive, and Kennedy attacked him with a vengeance.^ Kennedy appealed to West Virginia's long-held revulsion for prejudice and placed Humphrey, who had championed tolerance his entire career, on the defensive; Kennedy attacked him with a vengeance.
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^ Surprisingly, Vince then attacked the Rock, knocking him out with 2 chair shots and allowing Helmsley to get the pin, staying the WWF World Champion.

^ Shawn Michaels shows the enhanced version of the video which shows that it was TRIPLE H who attacked him!

Franklin .D. Roosevelt, Jr., the son of the former President, stumped for Kennedy in West Virginia and raised the issue of Humphrey's failure to serve in the armed forces in World War II (though in fact Humphrey had tried to enlist).^ During World War II , Humphrey tried twice to join the armed forces, but was rejected both times due to a hernia .
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^ Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. President, stumped for Kennedy in West Virginia and raised the issue of Humphrey's failure to serve in the armed forces in World War II (though in fact Humphrey had tried to enlist).
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^ Humphrey traveled around the state in a cold rented bus, while Kennedy and his staff flew around West Virginia in a large, modern, family-owned airplane.
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.Humphrey, who was short on funds, could not match the well-financed Kennedy operation.^ Humphrey, who was short on funds, could not match the well-financed Kennedy operation.
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^ The Rock, who surprisingly didn't make one reference to himself during his short pre-match promo (Whew!
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^ At Starrcade '99, they fought in a Powerbomb match, with the winner being the one who could powerbomb the other behemoth.

.Humphrey traveled around the state in a cold rented bus, while Kennedy and his staff flew around West Virginia in a large, modern, family-owned airplane.^ Humphrey traveled around the state in a cold rented bus, while Kennedy and his staff flew around West Virginia in a large, modern, family-owned airplane.
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^ There were also accusations (both by Humphrey and numerous historians) that the Kennedys "bought" the West Virginia primary by paying bribes to county sheriffs and other local officials to give Kennedy the vote; however, these accusations have never been conclusively proven.
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^ Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. President, stumped for Kennedy in West Virginia and raised the issue of Humphrey's failure to serve in the armed forces in World War II (though in fact Humphrey had tried to enlist).
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.There were accusations (both by Humphrey and numerous historians) that the Kennedys "bought" the West Virginia primary by paying bribes to county sheriffs and other local officials to give Kennedy the vote; however, these accusations were never proven.^ There were also accusations (both by Humphrey and numerous historians) that the Kennedys "bought" the West Virginia primary by paying bribes to county sheriffs and other local officials to give Kennedy the vote; however, these accusations have never been conclusively proven.
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^ Humphrey traveled around the state in a cold rented bus, while Kennedy and his staff flew around West Virginia in a large, modern, family-owned airplane.
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^ Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. President, stumped for Kennedy in West Virginia and raised the issue of Humphrey's failure to serve in the armed forces in World War II (though in fact Humphrey had tried to enlist).
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.Kennedy defeated Humphrey soundly, winning 60.8% of the vote in that state.^ Kennedy defeated Humphrey soundly, winning 60.8% of the vote in that state.
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^ Humphrey traveled around the state in a cold rented bus, while Kennedy and his staff flew around West Virginia in a large, modern, family-owned airplane.
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^ Kennedy's attractive brothers, sisters, and wife combed the state looking for votes, at one point Humphrey memorably complained that he "felt like an independent merchant running against a chain store."
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.That evening, Humphrey announced that he was no longer a candidate for the presidency.^ That evening, Humphrey announced that he was no longer a candidate for the presidency.
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^ At the 1960 Democratic Convention he received 41 votes even though he was no longer an active presidential candidate.
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^ Our President is a laughing stock among world leaders and we are no longer an important factor in many parts of the world.
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.By winning the West Virginia primary, Kennedy was able to overcome the belief that Protestant voters would not elect a Catholic candidate to the Presidency and thus sewed up the Democratic nomination for President.^ Robert Kennedy's assassination in June, after winning the California primary, assured Humphrey the nomination by default but left the Democratic party in serious disarray.
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^ As a result, the vice president had publicly associated himself with the president's policy for so long, that a post-convention switch would lack credibility with the voters.
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^ Johnson, a Democrat, succeeded to the presidency following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, completed Kennedy's ...
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[3]
.Humphrey did win the South Dakota and District of Columbia primaries, which JFK did not enter.^ Humphrey did win the South Dakota and District of Columbia primaries, which JFK did not enter.
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^ Pulitzer Prize -winning historian David McCullough has written that Humphrey probably did more to get Truman elected in 1948 than anyone other than Truman himself.
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^ Robert Kennedy's assassination in June, after winning the California primary, assured Humphrey the nomination by default but left the Democratic party in serious disarray.
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.At the 1960 Democratic Convention he received 41 votes even though he was no longer an active presidential candidate.^ At the 1960 Democratic Convention he received 41 votes even though he was no longer an active presidential candidate.
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^ That evening, Humphrey announced that he was no longer a candidate for the presidency.
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^ In between these two presidential bids, Senator Humphrey was part of the free-for-all for the vice-presidential nomination at the 1956 Democratic National Convention , where he received 134 votes on the first ballot and 74 on the second.
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.Humphrey's defeat in 1960 had a profound influence on his thinking; after the primaries he told friends that, as a relatively poor man in politics, he was unlikely to ever become President unless he served as Vice-President first.^ Vice President Humphrey bust .
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^ Indeed, on six occasions during his career Humphrey sought either the presidency or the vice-presidency.
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^ She was the first spouse of a former Vice President to serve in Congress as well as the first woman to represent Minnesota in the U.S. Senate.
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.Humphrey believed that only in this way could he raise the funds and nationwide organization and visibility he would need to win the Democratic nomination.^ In 1965 Humphrey pushed for a political resolution as the only hope to save not only the unstable government of South Vietnam, but also the full funding of the Great Society programs.
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^ Robert Kennedy's assassination in June, after winning the California primary, assured Humphrey the nomination by default but left the Democratic party in serious disarray.
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^ Despite failing to win the 1972 nomination, Humphrey tried unsuccessfully once more in 1976.
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.As such, as the 1964 presidential campaign began Humphrey made clear his interest in becoming President Lyndon Johnson's running mate.^ Humphrey indicated to Johnson that he would like to be his running mate again.
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^ The following day Humphrey's acceptance speech overshadowed Johnson's own acceptance address: Hubert warmed up with a long tribute to the President, then hit his stride as he began a rhythmic jabbing and chopping at Barry Goldwater.
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^ At the 1964 Democratic National Convention , Lyndon B. Johnson kept the three likely vice presidential candidates, Connecticut Senator Thomas Dodd , fellow Minnesota Senator Eugene McCarthy , and Humphrey, as well as the rest of the nation in suspense before announcing Humphrey as his running-mate with much fanfare, praising Humphrey's qualifications for a considerable amount of time before announcing his name.
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.At the 1964 Democratic National Convention, Johnson kept the three likely vice presidential candidates, Connecticut Senator Thomas Dodd, fellow Minnesota Senator Eugene McCarthy, and Humphrey, as well as the rest of the nation in suspense before announcing Humphrey as his running-mate with much fanfare, praising Humphrey's qualifications for a considerable amount of time before announcing his name.^ Delegate to Democratic National Convention from Ohio, 1964 .
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^ Well they did about as much as you can do in that amount of time.

^ The article notes at the time it was being produced, Linda McMahon had just left to campaign for a seat in the U.S. Senate representing Connecticut.
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The following day Humphrey's acceptance speech overshadowed Johnson's own acceptance address:
.Hubert warmed up with a long tribute to the President, then hit his stride as he began a rhythmic jabbing and chopping at Barry Goldwater.^ The following day Humphrey's acceptance speech overshadowed Johnson's own acceptance address: Hubert warmed up with a long tribute to the President, then hit his stride as he began a rhythmic jabbing and chopping at Barry Goldwater.
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^ This didn't last long, as Kane, not one to be friends with anyone, turned on Triple H, but when Goldberg began to dominate both men, they again teamed up on the champ.

^ Before too long Hogan starts Hulking Up and hits a bodyslam.

."Most Democrats and Republicans in the Senate voted for an $11.5 billion tax cut for American citizens and American business," he cried, "but not Senator Goldwater.^ "Most Democrats and Republicans in the Senate voted for an $11.5 billion tax cut for American citizens and American business," he cried, "but not Senator Goldwater.
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^ Most Democrats and Republicans in the Senate — in fact four-fifths of the members of his own party — voted for the Civil Rights Act, but not Senator Goldwater."
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^ That won't happen unless there's Democrats and Republicans that are working together in the Senate to make that happen.
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.Most Democrats and Republicans in the Senate — in fact four-fifths of the members of his own party — voted for the Civil Rights Act, but not Senator Goldwater."^ It is in fact by design, as poverty gets votes for the Democrat party.
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^ That won't happen unless there's Democrats and Republicans that are working together in the Senate to make that happen.
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^ When it did, he was able to become one of Congress' most constructive legislators and a "trail blazer for civil rights and social justice."
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.Time after time, he capped his indictments with the drumbeat cry: "But not Senator Goldwater!"^ Time after time, he capped his indictments with the drumbeat cry: "But not Senator Goldwater!"
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^ "Most Democrats and Republicans in the Senate voted for an $11.5 billion tax cut for American citizens and American business," he cried, "but not Senator Goldwater.
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The delegates caught the cadence and took up the chant. A quizzical smile spread across Humphrey's face, then turned to a laugh of triumph. .Hubert was in fine form.^ Hubert was in fine form.
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He knew it. The delegates knew it. .And no one could deny that Hubert Humphrey would be a formidable political antagonist in the weeks ahead.^ This is a point no one would dispute.

^ No one then knew just how large an impact Triple H would have on the biggest stage of them all.
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^ So Senator Hubert Humphrey inserted the prohibition of “quotas” and said that he would “eat his hat” if the act actually led to what was prohibited.
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[4]
.In 1964, the Johnson/Humphrey ticket won overwhelmingly, garnering 486 electoral votes out of 538. Only five Southern states and Goldwater's home state of Arizona supported the Republican ticket.^ In 1964 , the Johnson/Humphrey ticket won overwhelmingly, garnering 486 electoral votes out of 538.
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^ Only five Southern states and Goldwater's home state of Arizona supported the Republican ticket.
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^ Although he lost the election by less than 1% of the popular vote, (43.4% for Nixon to 42.7% for Humphrey, with 13.5% (9,901,118 votes) for George Wallace ), Humphrey only carried 13 states with 191 electoral college votes.
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The Vice Presidency

Vice President Humphrey bust
.Humphrey took office on January 20, 1965. As Vice President, Humphrey was controversial for his complete and vocal loyalty to Johnson and the policies of the Johnson Administration, even as many of Humphrey's liberal admirers opposed Johnson with increasing fervor with respect to Johnson's policies during the war in Vietnam.^ As Vice President, Humphrey was controversial for his complete and vocal loyalty to Johnson and the policies of the Johnson Administration, even as many of Humphrey's liberal admirers opposed Johnson with increasing fervor with respect to Johnson's policies during the war in Vietnam .
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^ Humphrey took office on January 20, 1965.
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^ While he was Vice President, Hubert Humphrey was the subject of a satirical song by songwriter/musician Tom Lehrer entitled "Whatever Became of Hubert?"
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.Many of Humphrey's liberal friends and allies over the years abandoned him because of his refusal to publicly criticize Johnson's Vietnam War policies.^ Many pundits have criticized him for using backstage politics to hog screen time, retain titles, elevate his friends, and generally hold down talented workers who might otherwise deserve to share the limelight with him.
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^ At the peak of his career at Williams, Humphrey had as many as 50,000 people under him and, by his account, was taking home more than $3 million a year.
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^ Humphrey drew his oratorical power from his emotional temperament, which sometimes left him in tears on the stump, undoubtedly moving many in his audience.
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.Humphrey's critics later learned that Johnson had threatened Humphrey — Johnson told Humphrey that if he publicly opposed his Administration's Vietnam War policy, he would destroy Humphrey's chances to become President by opposing his nomination at the next Democratic Convention.^ Humphrey's critics later learned that Johnson had threatened Humphrey — Johnson told Humphrey that if he publicly opposed his Administration's Vietnam War policy, he would destroy Humphrey's chances to become President by opposing his nomination at the next Democratic Convention.
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^ In 1972, Humphrey once again ran for the Democratic nomination for president.
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^ In between these two presidential bids, Senator Humphrey was part of the free-for-all for the vice-presidential nomination at the 1956 Democratic National Convention , where he received 134 votes on the first ballot and 74 on the second.
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.However, Humphrey's critics were vocal and persistent - even his nickname, the Happy Warrior, was used against him.^ However, Humphrey's critics were vocal and persistent - even his nickname, the Happy Warrior, was used against him.
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^ Many of Humphrey's liberal friends and allies over the years abandoned him because of his refusal to publicly criticize Johnson's Vietnam War policies.
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^ Helmsley followed him up, but Jericho got the 2x4 and used it against Triple H. Jericho then put on the Walls of Jericho, with a referee climbing to the top of the cage to check for a submission.

.The nickname referred not to his military hawkishness but rather to his crusading for social welfare and civil rights programs.^ When it did, he was able to become one of Congress' most constructive legislators and a "trail blazer for civil rights and social justice."
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Vice President Hubert Humphrey, President Lyndon Johnson, and General Creighton Abrams in a Cabinet Room meeting in March 1968
While he was Vice President, Hubert Humphrey was the subject of a satirical song by songwriter/musician Tom Lehrer entitled "Whatever Became of Hubert?" ("I wonder how many people here tonight remember Hubert Humphrey. He used to be a senator..."). .The song addressed how some liberals and progressives felt let down by Humphrey, who had become a much more mute figure as Vice President than he had been as a senator.^ The song addressed how some liberals and progressives felt let down by Humphrey, who had become a much more mute figure as Vice President than he had been as a senator.
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^ While he was Vice President, Hubert Humphrey was the subject of a satirical song by songwriter/musician Tom Lehrer entitled "Whatever Became of Hubert?"
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^ Through most of his years as a U.S. Senator and Vice-President his home was located in a modest middle-class housing development in Chevy Chase, Maryland , a suburb of Washington, D.C. .
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.The song goes "Whatever became of Hubert?^ The song goes "Whatever became of Hubert?
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^ While he was Vice President, Hubert Humphrey was the subject of a satirical song by songwriter/musician Tom Lehrer entitled "Whatever Became of Hubert?"
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.Has anyone heard a thing?^ Has anyone heard a thing?
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^ Has anyone heard of the luchidores, who were doing crazier and even more dangerous things over in WCW before Mick took the plunge off of Hell in the Cell?

Once he shone on his own, now he sits home alone and waits for the phone to ring. Once a fiery liberal spirit, ah, but now when he speaks he must clear it. ..."
.Humphrey, as Vice President, was regarded as being on particularly good terms with CBS journalist Daniel Schorr.^ While he was Vice President, Hubert Humphrey was the subject of a satirical song by songwriter/musician Tom Lehrer entitled "Whatever Became of Hubert?"
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^ Indeed, on six occasions during his career Humphrey sought either the presidency or the vice-presidency.
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^ Yet as a genuine intimate, Ball also knew that "Humphrey's loyal and excessively exuberant support" masked a vice president who "was personally revolted by the war."
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.In Germany, Humphrey indirectly earned fame during an April 1967 visit when some hippies, armed with what looked like a bomb, planned to cause trouble at the place Humphrey was to speak.^ In Germany , Humphrey indirectly earned fame during an April 1967 visit when some hippies , armed with what looked like a bomb, planned to cause trouble at the place Humphrey was to speak.
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^ It looks like it has some nice backlinks, PR isn't showing up for some reason though.

^ It looks like it will be a blast, although I would love to see some actualy surprises.

.However, the "bomb" contained nothing but pudding, and the plan was foiled by the police.^ However, the "bomb" contained nothing but pudding, and the plan was foiled by the police.
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.The would-be vandals were dubbed "assassins" and "ten little Oswalds" in some widely-read conservative German newspapers; this characterization sparked riots by left-wing student activists.^ The would-be vandals were dubbed " assassins " and "ten little Oswalds " in some widely-read conservative German newspapers; this characterization sparked riots by left-wing student activists.
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.The well-known left-wing journalist Ulrike Meinhof (who had not yet connected herself to terrorism) wrote in Konkret magazine: "It is thought rude to throw custard pies at politicians, but not to welcome politicians who have villages wiped out and cities bombed...^ The well-known left-wing journalist Ulrike Meinhof (who had not yet connected herself to terrorism ) wrote in Konkret magazine: "It is thought rude to throw custard pies at politicians, but not to welcome politicians who have villages wiped out and cities bombed...
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^ In an ode to what happened to Randy Orton, however, Batista changed it to a thumbs down, then attacked, throwing Flair out of the ring, then Batista Bombing Triple H through a table!

^ Orton then RKO'ed Flair as well, but got caught by a Batista Bomb, laying him out.

napalm yes, custard, no." This "pudding assassination" thus became an early defining moment of the "68er" German student movement, many of whose leaders moved into national politics later.

The 1968 Presidential election

.As 1968 began, it looked as if President Johnson, despite the rapidly decreasing approval rating of his Vietnam War policies, would easily win the Democratic nomination for a second time.^ As 1968 began, it looked as if President Johnson, despite the rapidly decreasing approval rating of his Vietnam War policies, would easily win the Democratic nomination for a second time.
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^ On March 31, 1968, a week before the Wisconsin primary , where the polls predicted a loss to McCarthy, President Lyndon B. Johnson stunned the nation by withdrawing from his race for a second full term.
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^ As Vice President, Humphrey was controversial for his complete and vocal loyalty to Johnson and the policies of the Johnson Administration, even as many of Humphrey's liberal admirers opposed Johnson with increasing fervor with respect to Johnson's policies during the war in Vietnam .
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.Humphrey indicated to Johnson that he would like to be his running mate again.^ Humphrey indicated to Johnson that he would like to be his running mate again.
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^ Humphrey realized that he would have to pay the price for his greater access to power by compromising some of his principles, because, above all, Johnson demanded loyalty from his vice president.
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^ Johnson succeeded in effectively manipulating Humphrey by running hot and cold, alternately favoring and punishing him.
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.However, in the New Hampshire primary Johnson was nearly defeated by McCarthy, who challenged Johnson on an anti-war platform, but had not expected to become an actual contender for the Democratic nomination.^ However, in the New Hampshire primary Johnson was nearly defeated by Senator Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota; McCarthy had challenged Johnson on an anti-war platform, but had not expected to become an actual contender for the Democratic nomination.
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^ Even after he revised this strategy he still stayed out of New Hampshire, a decision that allowed George McGovern to emerge as the leading challenger to Muskie in that state.
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^ Humphrey also briefly considered mounting a campaign for the Democratic nomination from the Convention once again in 1976 , when the primaries seemed likely to result in a deadlock, but ultimately decided against it.
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.A few days later, Senator Robert Kennedy of New York also entered the race on an anti-war platform.^ A few days later, Senator Robert Kennedy of New York also entered the race on an anti-war platform.
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^ MR. RUSSERT: I was reading The New York Times, Senator Daschle, when you were talking about taking phone calls from your fellow senators after your election defeat.
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.On March 31, 1968, a week before the Wisconsin primary, where the polls predicted a loss to McCarthy, President Lyndon B. Johnson stunned the nation by withdrawing from his race for a second full term.^ On March 31, 1968, a week before the Wisconsin primary , where the polls predicted a loss to McCarthy, President Lyndon B. Johnson stunned the nation by withdrawing from his race for a second full term.
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^ "I did not become vice president with Lyndon Johnson to cause him trouble," he declared in 1965.
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^ Even though Johnson had withdrawn from the race in March, the possibility remained that the president might reenter the campaign if circumstances allowed him to be drafted at the August convention.
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.Following this announcement, Humphrey quickly re-evaluated his position, and announced his presidential candidacy in late April 1968. Many people saw Humphrey as Johnson's stand-in; he won major backing from the nation's labor unions and other Democratic groups that were troubled by young antiwar protesters and the social unrest around the nation.^ The raucous Chicago convention—with nationally televised images of police beating young antiwar protesters in the parks—further weakened Humphrey's standing in the polls, and the extreme polarization within the party prevented him from achieving his trademark unifying compromise.
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^ It was a major success for the WWF. Degeneration-X then became involved in a wild feud with the Nation of Domination, since Owen Hart had joined the group to fight Helmsley.

^ It is not surprising that, while Johnson hated the powerlessness of the vice-presidency, Humphrey relished the national podium it offered.
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.Humphrey avoided the primaries (and/or was too late to enter them) and concentrated on winning delegates in non-primary states; by June he was seen as the clear front-runner for the nomination.^ Humphrey avoided the primaries (and/or was too late to enter them) and concentrated on winning delegates in non-primary states; by June he was seen as the clear front-runner for the nomination.
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^ At the conclusion of the Democratic primary process that year, even with Jimmy Carter having the requisite number of delegates needed to secure his nomination, many still wanted Humphrey to announce his availability for a "draft" movement.
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^ Humphrey's inaction during the riots, as well as public backlash from securing the presidential nomination without entering a single primary, highlighted turmoil in the Democratic party's base that proved to be too much for Humphrey to overcome in time for the general election.
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.However, following a key victory over McCarthy in the California primary, it appeared that Kennedy could possibly challenge Humphrey for the nomination.^ However, following a key victory over McCarthy in the California primary, it appeared that Kennedy could possibly challenge Humphrey for the nomination.
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^ There were also accusations (both by Humphrey and numerous historians) that the Kennedys "bought" the West Virginia primary by paying bribes to county sheriffs and other local officials to give Kennedy the vote; however, these accusations have never been conclusively proven.
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^ Kennedy won the Wisconsin primary, but by a smaller margin than anticipated; some commentators argued that Kennedy's victory margin had come almost entirely from areas that were heavily Roman Catholic , and that Protestants actually supported Humphrey.
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.But the nation was shocked yet again when Senator Kennedy was assassinated the night of his victory speech in California.^ But the nation was shocked yet again when Senator Kennedy was assassinated the night of his victory speech in California.
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^ Robert Kennedy's assassination in June, after winning the California primary, assured Humphrey the nomination by default but left the Democratic party in serious disarray.
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^ However, following a key victory over McCarthy in the California primary, it appeared that Kennedy could possibly challenge Humphrey for the nomination.
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.With the support of Mayor Richard J. Daley, Humphrey and his running mate, Ed Muskie went on to easily win the Democratic nomination at the party convention in Chicago, Illinois.^ With the support of Mayor Richard J. Daley , Humphrey and his running mate , Ed Muskie went on to easily win the Democratic nomination at the party convention in Chicago , Illinois .
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^ In between these two presidential bids, Senator Humphrey was part of the free-for-all for the vice-presidential nomination at the 1956 Democratic National Convention , where he received 134 votes on the first ballot and 74 on the second.
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^ Humphrey's inaction during the riots, as well as public backlash from securing the presidential nomination without entering a single primary, highlighted turmoil in the Democratic party's base that proved to be too much for Humphrey to overcome in time for the general election.
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.(In later years, changes to the party rules made such an outcome virtually impossible.^ (In later years, changes to the party rules made such an outcome virtually impossible.
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) .Unfortunately for Humphrey and his campaign, outside the convention hall there were riots and protests by thousands of antiwar demonstrators, many of whom favored McCarthy, George McGovern, or other "anti-war" candidates.^ Unfortunately for Humphrey and his campaign, outside the convention hall there were riots and protests by thousands of antiwar demonstrators , many of whom favored Eugene McCarthy , George McGovern , or other "anti-war" candidates.
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^ Humphrey was also hurt by the third-party campaign of former Alabama Governor George Wallace , a Southern Democrat whose veiled racism and militant opposition to anti-war protesters attracted millions of Northern and Midwestern blue-collar votes that would otherwise have probably gone to Humphrey.
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^ Humphrey himself reminded the cabinet that the United States' experience in Korea demonstrated the pitfalls of the nation engaging in a land war in Asia, even though that earlier conflict had indeed represented a clearer case of a conventional invasion.
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.These protesters - most of them young college students - were attacked and beaten on live television by Chicago police, which merely amplified the growing feelings of unrest in the general public.^ These protesters - most of them young college students - were attacked and beaten on live television by Chicago police, which merely amplified the growing feelings of unrest in the general public.
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^ The raucous Chicago convention—with nationally televised images of police beating young antiwar protesters in the parks—further weakened Humphrey's standing in the polls, and the extreme polarization within the party prevented him from achieving his trademark unifying compromise.
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^ We've got to find a way for these young women to, in fact, be able to do more with their lives than what they're now doing.
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.Humphrey's inaction during the riots, as well as public backlash from securing the presidential nomination without entering a single primary, highlighted turmoil in the Democratic party's base that proved to be too much for Humphrey to overcome in time for the general election.^ Robert Kennedy's assassination in June, after winning the California primary, assured Humphrey the nomination by default but left the Democratic party in serious disarray.
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^ SEN. DASCHLE: Well, what I meant by that was the role that I've had over the course of most of my time in public life, Tim, has been to be the loyal opposition.
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^ In the end, perhaps Humphrey could not have overcome the profound irony inherent in the fact that the war that gave him his presidential chance also took it away.
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.Humphrey was also hurt by the third-party campaign of former Alabama Governor George Wallace, a Southern Democrat whose veiled racism and militant opposition to anti-war protesters attracted millions of Northern and Midwestern blue-collar votes that would otherwise have probably gone to Humphrey.^ Humphrey was also hurt by the third-party campaign of former Alabama Governor George Wallace , a Southern Democrat whose veiled racism and militant opposition to anti-war protesters attracted millions of Northern and Midwestern blue-collar votes that would otherwise have probably gone to Humphrey.
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^ Although he lost the election by less than 1% of the popular vote, (43.4% for Nixon to 42.7% for Humphrey, with 13.5% (9,901,118 votes) for George Wallace ), Humphrey only carried 13 states with 191 electoral college votes.
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^ When in 1945 Minnesota Communists attempted to seize control of the new party, Humphrey became an engaged anti-Communist and led the successful fight to oust the Communists from the DFL. After the war, he again ran for mayor of Minneapolis and won the election with 61% of the vote.
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.Thus, Humphrey lost the 1968 election to Richard Nixon.^ Thus, Humphrey lost the 1968 election to Richard Nixon .
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^ Although he lost the election by less than 1% of the popular vote, (43.4% for Nixon to 42.7% for Humphrey, with 13.5% (9,901,118 votes) for George Wallace ), Humphrey only carried 13 states with 191 electoral college votes.
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^ When the election returns came in, Humphrey had collected 42.7 percent of the popular vote to Richard Nixon's 43.4 percent, although the Republican had 301 electoral votes to Humphrey's 191.
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.Although he lost the election by less than 1% of the popular vote, (43.4% for Nixon to 42.7% for Humphrey, with 13.5% (9,901,118 votes) for George Wallace), Humphrey only carried 13 states with 191 electoral college votes.^ Thus, Humphrey lost the 1968 election to Richard Nixon .
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^ Although he lost the election by less than 1% of the popular vote, (43.4% for Nixon to 42.7% for Humphrey, with 13.5% (9,901,118 votes) for George Wallace ), Humphrey only carried 13 states with 191 electoral college votes.
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^ When the election returns came in, Humphrey had collected 42.7 percent of the popular vote to Richard Nixon's 43.4 percent, although the Republican had 301 electoral votes to Humphrey's 191.
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.Richard Nixon carried 32 states and 301 electoral votes, and Wallace carried 5 states in the South and 46 electoral votes (270 were needed to win).^ When the election returns came in, Humphrey had collected 42.7 percent of the popular vote to Richard Nixon's 43.4 percent, although the Republican had 301 electoral votes to Humphrey's 191.
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.Immensely admired by associates and members of his staff, Humphrey could not break loose from the domination of Lyndon Johnson.^ Immensely admired by associates and members of his staff, Humphrey could not break loose from the domination of Lyndon Johnson.
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^ Yet Humphrey, under the guidance of Democratic leader Lyndon Johnson, soon moderated his ways, if not his goals.
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^ After the election, Humphrey blamed the loss on his failure to break with Johnson but contended that he could not have proceeded differently.
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The combination of the unpopularity of Johnson, the Chicago riots, and the discouragement of liberals and African-Americans when both Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr. were assassinated during the election year were all contributing factors that caused him to eventually lose the election to former Vice President Nixon by a narrow margin. .The war that Humphrey was saddled with in the Johnson Administration continued until the early 1970s.^ The war that Humphrey was saddled with in the Johnson Administration continued until the early 1970s.
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^ As Vice President, Humphrey was controversial for his complete and vocal loyalty to Johnson and the policies of the Johnson Administration, even as many of Humphrey's liberal admirers opposed Johnson with increasing fervor with respect to Johnson's policies during the war in Vietnam .
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^ Humphrey's critics later learned that Johnson had threatened Humphrey — Johnson told Humphrey that if he publicly opposed his Administration's Vietnam War policy, he would destroy Humphrey's chances to become President by opposing his nomination at the next Democratic Convention.
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Post-Vice Presidency (1969–1978)

Teaching and return to the Senate

Hubert Humphrey with Democratic Presidential nominee Jimmy Carter.
.After leaving the Vice-Presidency, Humphrey utilized his talents by teaching at Macalester College and the University of Minnesota, and by serving as chairman of board of consultants at the Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corporation.^ As the chairman of councils on topics ranging from Native Americans to the environment, youth, and tourism, Humphrey served as titular head of a wide variety of executive branch enterprises.
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^ Indeed, on six occasions during his career Humphrey sought either the presidency or the vice-presidency.
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^ The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
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Initially he had not planned to return to political life, but an unexpected opportunity changed his mind. .McCarthy, who was up for re-election in 1970, realized that he had only a slim chance of winning even re-nomination (he had angered his party by opposing Johnson and Humphrey for the 1968 presidential nomination) and declined to run.^ Robert Kennedy's assassination in June, after winning the California primary, assured Humphrey the nomination by default but left the Democratic party in serious disarray.
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^ Humphrey realized that he would have to pay the price for his greater access to power by compromising some of his principles, because, above all, Johnson demanded loyalty from his vice president.
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^ Humphrey, virtually alone among Johnson's inner circle, immediately opposed this "Operation Rolling Thunder" with several arguments.
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.Humphrey won the nomination and the election, and returned to the U.S. Senate on January 3, 1971. He was re-elected in 1976, and remained in office until his death.^ When the election returns came in, Humphrey had collected 42.7 percent of the popular vote to Richard Nixon's 43.4 percent, although the Republican had 301 electoral votes to Humphrey's 191.
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^ Despite failing to win the 1972 nomination, Humphrey tried unsuccessfully once more in 1976.
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^ And on occasion, it gets a little frayed and, hopefully with this election behind us, we'll return back to the great traditions of the Senate and be a lot less partisan.
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.In a rarity in politics, Humphrey served as a Senator by holding both seats in his state (Class I and Class II).^ Even when both men served together in the Senate, their relationship was "one of domination-subordination."
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^ During his typically active Senate term, Humphrey resumed his seat on the powerful Appropriations Committee and by 1975 was chairman of the Joint Economic Committee.
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^ Humphrey's poor, rural upbringing stirred both him and his pharmacist father to become politically conscious, ardent New Dealers.
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This time he served in the 92nd, 93rd, 94th, and a portion of the 95th Congress.
Senator Hubert Humphrey with President Jimmy Carter aboard Air Force One in 1977.
.In 1972, Humphrey once again ran for the Democratic nomination for president.^ Robert Kennedy's assassination in June, after winning the California primary, assured Humphrey the nomination by default but left the Democratic party in serious disarray.
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^ Despite failing to win the 1972 nomination, Humphrey tried unsuccessfully once more in 1976.
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.He drew upon continuing support from organized labor and the African-American and Jewish communities, but remained unpopular with college students because of his association with the Vietnam War, even though he had altered his position in the years since his 1968 defeat.^ Even though Johnson had withdrawn from the race in March, the possibility remained that the president might reenter the campaign if circumstances allowed him to be drafted at the August convention.
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^ Opportunity, yes, and help if they had poor prep in high school but I would like to think that should be the standard for all students not just assuming African Americans cannot compete because I think that is true racism.
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^ Although Humphrey lost access to the president because of a variety of injudicious public comments, the gulf over Vietnam was the principal cause of his year-long executive exile.
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.Humphrey initially planned to skip the primaries, as he had in 1968. Even after he revised this strategy he still stayed out of New Hampshire, a decision that allowed McGovern to emerge as the leading challenger to Muskie in that state.^ The two couldn't be separated, and throughout the rest of the night, they were seen still brawling in and out of the crowd, the backstage area, and even outside of the arena.

^ Lee Humphrey challenges Ohio State's 7-footer Greg Oden .
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.Humphrey did win some primaries, including those in Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania, but was defeated by McGovern in several others, including the crucial California primary.^ Growing up in New Hampshire, Paul Levesque took a keen interest in bodybuilding, winning several competitions including Teen Mr. New Hampshire at the age of 19.
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^ If you can tell us some of the other good things about California we’d love to hear it!
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^ Robert Kennedy's assassination in June, after winning the California primary, assured Humphrey the nomination by default but left the Democratic party in serious disarray.
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.Humphrey also was out-organized by McGovern in caucus states and was trailing in delegates at the 1972 Democratic National Convention in Miami Beach, Florida.^ Alternate delegate to Democratic National Convention from South Dakota, 1956 .
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^ Delegate to Republican National Convention from Oklahoma, 1972 .
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^ Delegate to Democratic National Convention from California, 1912 .
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His hopes rested on challenges to the credentials of some of the McGovern delegates. .For example, the Humphrey forces argued that the winner-take-all rule for the California primary violated procedural reforms intended to produce a better reflection of the popular vote, the reason that the Illinois delegation was bounced.^ When the election returns came in, Humphrey had collected 42.7 percent of the popular vote to Richard Nixon's 43.4 percent, although the Republican had 301 electoral votes to Humphrey's 191.
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^ Robert Kennedy's assassination in June, after winning the California primary, assured Humphrey the nomination by default but left the Democratic party in serious disarray.
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.The effort failed, as several votes on delegate credentials went McGovern's way, guaranteeing his victory.^ He went for the Pedigree several times, with Batista finding ways to escape it.

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.Humphrey also briefly considered mounting a campaign for the Democratic nomination from the Convention once again in 1976, when the primaries seemed likely to result in a deadlock, but ultimately decided against it.^ Robert Kennedy's assassination in June, after winning the California primary, assured Humphrey the nomination by default but left the Democratic party in serious disarray.
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^ Despite failing to win the 1972 nomination, Humphrey tried unsuccessfully once more in 1976.
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^ Humphrey's political adroitness in arranging a compromise solution for the racially divided Mississippi delegation at the Democratic National Convention impressed Johnson and finally clinched the nomination for the Minnesotan.
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.At the conclusion of the Democratic primary process that year, even with Jimmy Carter having the requisite number of delegates needed to secure his nomination, many still wanted Humphrey to announce his availability for a draft.^ Robert Kennedy's assassination in June, after winning the California primary, assured Humphrey the nomination by default but left the Democratic party in serious disarray.
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^ The Democrats projected an image of disorganization and chaos to the nation that year, as the party at one time or another split as many as four ways into factions supporting Humphrey, Johnson, Eugene McCarthy, and George Wallace.
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However, he did not do so, and Carter easily secured the nomination on the first round of balloting. What wasn't known to the general public was that Humphrey already knew he had terminal cancer.

Deputy President pro tempore of the Senate (1976–1978)

In 1974, along with Rep. .Augustus Hawkins of California, Humphrey authored the Humphrey-Hawkins Full Employment Act, the first attempt at full employment legislation.^ In 1974 he introduced the highly ambitious Humphrey-Hawkins Full Employment and National Growth bill, which eventually passed after his death in 1978.
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.The original bill proposed to guarantee full employment to all citizens over 16 and set up a permanent system of public jobs to meet that goal.^ In 1974 he introduced the highly ambitious Humphrey-Hawkins Full Employment and National Growth bill, which eventually passed after his death in 1978.
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^ Don, I should say, came up to me on the Senate floor and in full public view, as an alternative to that.
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^ Undaunted, he sets up one ladder in the corner and goes all the way up.

.A watered-down version called the Full Employment and Balanced Growth Act passed the House and Senate in 1978. It set the goal of 4 percent unemployment and 3 percent inflation and instructed the Federal Reserve Board to try to produce those goals when making policy decisions.^ In 1974 he introduced the highly ambitious Humphrey-Hawkins Full Employment and National Growth bill, which eventually passed after his death in 1978.
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Burial Plot of Vice President Humphrey. Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Minnesota
.Humphrey ran for Majority Leader after the 1976 election but lost to Robert Byrd of West Virginia.^ Newly elected Majority Leader Mike Mansfield noted Humphrey's "vibrant personality and phenomenal energy."
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.The Senate honored Humphrey by creating the post of Deputy President pro tempore of the Senate for him.^ After presiding in the Senate chamber, Humphrey took his campaign for the administration's agenda into the adjacent cloakrooms—the most effective legislative venue, as his long years of experience had taught him.
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^ Despite Humphrey's energetic Senate lobbying, by 1966 events had shifted the focus of his vice-presidency from Capitol Hill to the White House.
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^ Humphrey's tenure as a member also made him acutely aware of the Senate's unwritten codes of behavior.
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On August 16, 1977, Humphrey revealed he was suffering from terminal bladder cancer. .On October 25, 1977, he addressed the Senate, and on November 3, 1977, Humphrey became the first person other than a member of the House or the president to address the House of Representatives in session.^ Yet as a genuine intimate, Ball also knew that "Humphrey's loyal and excessively exuberant support" masked a vice president who "was personally revolted by the war."
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^ Despite Humphrey's energetic Senate lobbying, by 1966 events had shifted the focus of his vice-presidency from Capitol Hill to the White House.
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President Carter honored him by giving him command of Air Force One for his final trip to Washington on October 23. One of Humphrey's speeches contained the lines "It was once said that the moral test of Government is how that Government treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadows of life, the sick, the needy and the handicapped," which is sometimes described as the "liberals' mantra."

Death and funeral

.Humphrey spent his last weeks calling old political acquaintances on a special long-distance telephone his family had given him.^ Lee Humphrey dials long distance .
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.One call was to Richard Nixon, his former foe in the 1968 presidential election in which Humphrey invited Nixon to his upcoming funeral; Nixon accepted.^ When the election returns came in, Humphrey had collected 42.7 percent of the popular vote to Richard Nixon's 43.4 percent, although the Republican had 301 electoral votes to Humphrey's 191.
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^ But the irrepressible warrior already had his eye on the 1972 presidential contest, believing he could successfully challenge Richard Nixon on economic issues.
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^ An active vice-presidential lobbyist, he sought to trade on his former status as "one of the most well-liked members of the Senate."
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Living in the hospital, Humphrey went from room to room, cheering up other patients with a joke and listening to them.
.He died on January 13, 1978 of bladder cancer at his home in Waverly, Minnesota.^ He died on January 13, 1978.
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^ Died, of cancer , at Waverly, Wright County , Minn., January 13, 1978 .
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.His body lay in state in the rotunda of both the United States Capitol and the Minnesota State Capitol, and was interred in Lakewood Cemetery in Minneapolis.^ All Countries  :  United States  :  Minnesota  :  Minneapolis  :  Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome - Vikings and Twins Hotels Closest To Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome - Vikings and Twins - Minneapolis Minnesota .
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^ Interment at Lakewood Cemetery , Minneapolis, Minn.
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.His wife, Muriel Humphrey, was appointed by Minnesota's governor Rudy Perpich to serve in the US Senate until a special election to fill the term was held.^ Humphrey, Muriel Buck (1912-1998) — also known as Muriel Fay Buck ; Muriel Humphrey Brown — of Minnesota.
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^ Humphrey almost immediately began to seek the Minnesota Senate seat that Eugene McCarthy planned to vacate in 1970.
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She did not seek election to finish her husband's term in office.
.Muriel Humphrey remarried in 1979 (to Max Brown) and took the name Muriel Humphrey Brown.^ Humphrey, Muriel Buck (1912-1998) — also known as Muriel Fay Buck ; Muriel Humphrey Brown — of Minnesota.
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She died in 1998 at the age of 86 and is interred next to Hubert Humphrey.

Honors

.In 1965, Humphrey was made an Honorary Life Member of Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African American males.^ This action was Humphrey's first serious divergence from Johnson's policy since 1965.
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^ Humphrey's tenure as a member also made him acutely aware of the Senate's unwritten codes of behavior.
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^ Member, American Bar Association ; Optimist Club ; Alpha Sigma Phi ; American Association of Retired Persons .
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He was awarded posthumously the Congressional Gold Medal on June 13, 1979 and the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1980.

Named for Humphrey

Fellowship

  • The Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program, which fosters an exchange of knowledge and mutual understanding throughout the world.

Buildings and institutions

Electoral history

See also

Notes

References

  • Berman, Edgar [3]. Hubert: The Triumph And Tragedy Of The Humphrey I Knew. .New York, N.Y. : G.P. Putnam's & Sons, 1979. A physician's personal account of his friendship with Humphrey from 1957 until his death in 1978.
  • Cohen, Dan.^ Après avoir obtenu son diplôme, Lesvesque se lançait dans le bodybuilding et devenait Mr. New Hampshire à 19 ans.

    ^ In 1974 he introduced the highly ambitious Humphrey-Hawkins Full Employment and National Growth bill, which eventually passed after his death in 1978.
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    ^ The principal items on Humphrey's longstanding domestic legislative agenda failed to advance significantly until the so-called "Great Society" period that followed Kennedy's death.
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    Undefeated: The Life of Hubert H. Humphrey. .Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 1978.
  • Garrettson, Charles L. III. Hubert H. Humphrey: The Politics of Joy.^ All Countries  :  United States  :  Minnesota  :  Minneapolis  :  Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome - Vikings and Twins Hotels Closest To Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome - Vikings and Twins - Minneapolis Minnesota .
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    .New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 1993.
  • Humphrey, Hubert H. The Education of a Public Man: My Life and Politics.^ SEN. DASCHLE: Well, what I meant by that was the role that I've had over the course of most of my time in public life, Tim, has been to be the loyal opposition.
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    ^ Hubert Humphrey's oratorical talents, foremost among his abundant personal and political qualities, powered his rapid ascent to national prominence.
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    Garden City, N. Y. : Doubleday, 1976.
  • Mann, Robert. The Walls of Jericho: Lyndon Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, Richard Russell and the Struggle for Civil Rights. New York, N.Y. : Harcourt Brace, 1996.
  • Solberg, Carl. Hubert Humphrey: A Biography. New York : Norton, 1984.
  • Taylor, Jeff. .Where Did the Party Go?: William Jennings Bryan, Hubert Humphrey, and the Jeffersonian Legacy.^ Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome - Vikings and Twins Mariucci Arena- University of Minnesota Target Center - Minnesota Timberwolves Williams Arena - University of Minnesota Theaters - Venues - Amphitheaters .
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    Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2006.
  • Thurber, Timothy N. The Politics of Equality: Hubert H. Humphrey and the African American Freedom Struggle. Columbia University Press, 1999. Pp. 352.

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Political offices
New title Deputy President pro tempore
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January 5, 1977 – January 13, 1978
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George J. Mitchell
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Lyndon B. Johnson
Vice President of the United States
January 20, 1965 – January 20, 1969
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Spiro Agnew
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Mayor of Minneapolis
1945 – 1949
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United States Senate
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Eugene McCarthy
United States Senator (Class 1) from Minnesota
January 3, 1971 – January 13, 1978
Served alongside: Walter Mondale, Wendell Anderson
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Muriel Humphrey
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Joseph H. Ball
United States Senator (Class 2) from Minnesota
January 3, 1949 – December 29, 1964
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Walter Mondale
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Mike Mansfield
Senate Majority Whip
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Quotes

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Hubert Horatio Humphrey (1911-05-271978-01-13) was vice-president of the United States of America from 1963 to 1968 and was the Democratic presidential candidate in 1968.

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  • The right of citizens to bear arms is just one more guarantee against arbitrary government, one more safeguard against the tyranny which now appears remote in America, but which historically has proved to be always possible.^ But the right of the citizen to bear arms is just one more safeguard against a tyranny which now appears remote in America, but which historically has proved to be always possible."
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    ^ But the right of the citizens to bear arms is just one guarantee against arbitrary government and one more safeguard against a tyranny which now appears remote in America, but which historically has proved to be always possible.
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    ^ The right of citizens to bear arms is just one more guarantee against arbitrary government, one more safeguard against the tyranny which now appears remote in America, but which historically has proved to be always possible.
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    • Everything You Know Is Wrong: The Disinformation Guide to Secrets and Lies, p.^ If you've ever been there you know that only a few years ago there were dozens and dozens of shops with everything from tools to towels or dishes to Dolly dresses.

      ^ I do want to let the terrorist know, whoever is responsible for this unprovoked attack that we will hunt you down and…sorry wrong speech.

      ^ And the reason I know you're wrong, Steph is no ****, oh no."
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  • The story of the labor movement needs to be taught in every school in this land...^ The story of the labor movement needs to be taught in every school in this land...
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    .America is a living testimonial to what free men and women, organized in free democratic trade unions can do to make a better life ...^ America is a living testimonial to what free men and women, organized in free democratic trade unions can do to make a better life ...
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    ^ Stories of Hope Donate Now Bookstore Subscribe to Our eNewsletter Newsdesk Make life better for millions touched by autism.

    ^ Humphrey Program is designed to strengthen the leadership skills of men and women who will make contributions to their communities as well as their professional fields.
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    we ought to be proud of it!
    • 1977 Minnesota State AFL-CIO Convention

Address to the Democratic National Convention (1948)

Text here. Convention Hall, Philadelphia, PA (1948-07-14)
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  • We can't use a double standard — there’s no room for double standards in American politics — for measuring our own and other people's policies.^ We can't use a double standard — there’s no room for double standards in American politics — for measuring our own and other people's policies.
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    ^ We cant use a double standard -- Theres no room for double standards in American politics -- for measuring our own and other peoples policies.
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    ^ Humphrey, with a truly remarkable Senate record of having brought about real change, used the campaign slogan, "Some people talk about change, others cause it."
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    .Our demands for democratic practices in other lands will be no more effective than the guarantee of those practices in our own country.
  • To those who say — My friends, to those who say that we are rushing this issue of civil rights, I say to them we are 172 years late.^ In a renowned speech, Humphrey passionately told the Convention: "To those who say, my friends, to those who say, that we are rushing this issue of civil rights, I say to them we are 172 years too late!
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    ^ "There are those who say—this issue of civil rights is an infringement on states' rights.
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    ^ My friends, to those who say that we are rushing this issue of civil rights, I say to them we are 172 years late.
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    .To those who say — To those who say that this civil-rights program is an infringement on states’ rights, I say this: The time has arrived in America for the Democratic party to get out of the shadow of states' rights and to walk forthrightly into the bright sunshine of human rights.
  • For all of us here, for the millions who have sent us, for the whole two billion members of the human family, our land is now, more than ever before, the last best hope on earth.^ "There are those who say—this issue of civil rights is an infringement on states' rights.
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    ^ In a renowned speech, Humphrey told the 1948 Democratic National Convention, "The time has arrived in America for the Democratic Party to get out of the shadow of states' rights and walk forthrightly into the bright sunshine of human rights," winning support for a pro-civil-rights plank in the Party's platform.
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    ^ To those who say, to those who say that this civil-rights program is an infringement on states' rights, I say this: the time has arrived in America for the Democratic party to get out of the shadow of state's rights and walk forthrightly into the bright sunshine of human rights!
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    And I know that we can, and I know that we shall began [sic] here the fuller and richer realization of that hope — that promise of a land where all men are truly free and equal, and each man uses his freedom and equality wisely well.

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  • A society will be judged on how it treats those in the dawn of life, those in the twilight of life, and those in the shadow of life.
  • [At university] I had no money to buy books ,so ...^ A society will be judged on how it treats those in the dawn of life, those in the twilight of life, and those in the shadow of life.
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    ^ It was once said that the moral test of government is how that government treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadows of life — the sick, the needy and the handicapped.
    • Coleman op-ed quoted the wrong Humphrey « Minnesota Independent: News. Politics. Media. 23 January 2010 8:22 UTC minnesotaindependent.com [Source type: News]

    ^ The moral test of a government is how that government treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; the twilight of life, the elderly; the shadows of life, the sick, needy and the handicapped.
    • Hubert H. Humphrey, Allan Spear, McCain-Feingold, Durham-Humphrey, secundum artem, Mulford Q. Sibley, Lyndon Johnson 23 January 2010 8:22 UTC mbbnet.umn.edu [Source type: Original source]

    .I even tutored in French with a sliding scale of payment: twenty dollars for an A, fifteen for a B, ten for a C, and five for a D. From : The Education Of A Public Man by Hubert Humphrey {Doubleday 1976} page 43
  • In real life, unlike in Shakespeare, the sweetness of the rose depends upon the name it bears.^ Bookmark quote "In real life, unlike in Shakespeare, the sweetness of the rose depends upon the name it bears.
    • Humphrey, Hubert H. Quotes on Quotations Book 23 January 2010 8:22 UTC www.quotationsbook.com [Source type: General]

    ^ Topic profile page for Hubert H Humphrey .
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    ^ Hubert Humphrey was such a man."
    • Hubert H. Humphrey, Allan Spear, McCain-Feingold, Durham-Humphrey, secundum artem, Mulford Q. Sibley, Lyndon Johnson 23 January 2010 8:22 UTC mbbnet.umn.edu [Source type: Original source]
    • About Hubert H. Humphrey 23 January 2010 8:22 UTC humphreyfellowship.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    .Things are not only what they are.^ Things are not only what they are.
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    ^ Triple H. Anyone reading this can say and think what they want, but the fact of the matter is the only thing Triple H ever aspired to be is a wrestler.
    • Bow Down To the King: Why Triple H is the Best Wrestler of the Past 10 Years | Bleacher Report 28 January 2010 1:01 UTC bleacherreport.com [Source type: General]

    They are, in very important respects, what they seem to be.
  • It was once said that the moral test of Government is how that Government treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadows of life, the sick, the needy and the handicapped.
  • The right to be heard does not automatically include the right to be taken seriously.
  • What you do, what each of us does, has an effect on the country, the state, the nation, and the world.

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