Huey Pierce "The Kingfish" Long, Jr, 1893 - 1935
In US Senate, news photo from Library of Congress (ca 1933-1935)
Born: 30 August 1893, Winnfield, Louisiana
Died: 10 August 1935, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
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- Every man a king, but no one wears a crown. permalink
Huey Long - campaign banner (1928)
- I wonder why he shot me. permalink
Huey Long - on the way to hospital (8 September 1935)
- I'm a dyed-in-the-wool party man. I don't know just what party I am in right now, but I am for the party. permalink
- Quote me as saying that that Imperial bastard will never set foot in Louisiana, and that when I call him a sonofabitch I am not using profanity, but am referring to the circumstances of his birth. permalink
Huey Long - said of Hiram W. Evans of the Ku Klux Klan
- The time has come for all good men to rise above principle. permalink
- We swapped the tyrant 3,000 miles away for a handful of financial slaveowning overlords who make the tyrant of Great Britain seem mild. permalink
Huey Long - speech in US House (1933)
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