George Wallace Quote

I have learned what suffering means. In a way that was impossible, I think I can understand something of the pain black people have come to endure. I know I contributed to that pain, and I can only ask your forgiveness.


Address to the Montgomery Dexter Avenue Baptist Church (1979), as quoted in "George Wallace – From the Heart" (17 March 1995), The Washington Post.

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I have learned what suffering means. In a way that was impossible, I think I can understand something of the pain black people have come to endure. I ...

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I have learned what suffering means. In a way that was impossible, I think I can understand something of the pain black people have come to endure. I ...

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I have learned what suffering means. In a way that was impossible, I think I can understand something of the pain black people have come to endure. I ...

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I have learned what suffering means. In a way that was impossible, I think I can understand something of the pain black people have come to endure. I ...