The Long Shadow of Forrest Carter

  • by Joe Richman, Ron Taylor, Wayne Greenhaw, Dan Carter, Chuck Weeth, Betty Weeth
  • 0 hrs and 15 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

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Asa Carter was a speechwriter for Alabama Governor George Wallace. He penned one of the most infamous speeches of the era.... Wallace's Segregation Now, Segregation Forever address. Forrest Carter was a Cherokee writer who grew up in Tennessee. His autobiography, The Education of Little Tree, is a beloved classic that has sold millions of copies around the world. But these two men shared a secret.
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Asa Carter was a speechwriter for Alabama Governor George Wallace. He penned one of the most infamous speeches of the era... Wallace's Segregation Now, Segregation Forever address. Forrest Carter was a Cherokee writer who grew up in Tennessee. His autobiography, The Education of Little Tree, is a beloved classic that has sold millions of copies around the world. But these two men shared a secret.

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  • Release Date: 03-27-2015
  • Publisher: Radio Diaries, PRX