James W. Ford
American politician
James W. Ford
James W. "Jim" Ford was the Vice-Presidential candidate for the Communist Party USA in 1932, 1936, and 1940. A party organizer from New York City, Ford was the first African-American to appear on a presidential ticket in the 20th century.
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PR: A decade later — remember, reflect, reaffirm, renew - Iowa Independent
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A memorial service was to be held that morning for the former Chaplin of the House of Representatives, and my good friend, Reverend James Ford. Pastor Ford served faithfully for many years as a trusted spiritual guide to Members of Congress while they
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Investigation reveals James Ford Rhodes High School's class sizes violated ... - NewsNet5.com
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Large class sizes are common this fall at James Ford Rhodes High School. "In senior seminar, which is my first period class, there is, like, I don't even know, it's probably hitting the 60s,” said senior Marleny Sapulveda. “There are 56 students in our
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Police logs - Sept. 8, 2011 - TheDay.com
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James Ford, 37, of 95 Hillcrest Road, Niantic, was charged Wednesday with first-degree criminal damage of landlord's property and third-degree larceny. Shameeka Carter, 31, of Raleigh, NC, was charged Wednesday with two counts of failure to appear in
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NYC Councilman Claims Race Played Role In West Indian Parade Arrest - New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
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After getting taken down, handcuffed and kept in police custody for no apparent reason during the West Indian Day Parade on Monday, the city councilmember and high-level city government aide it happened to are
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FORD v. ASTRUE - Leagle.com
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Plaintiff James Ford was deemed disabled for purposes of the Social Security Act and approved for assistance in January 2006. His benefits were significantly cut by the Social Security Administration soon thereafter, and he promptly disputed these
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Ford regains championship lead at Darley Moor - Buxton Advertiser
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TWO race wins for High Peak rider James Ford saw him take over the lead of the Sound of Thunder class in the Darley Moor Motorcycle Road Race Championship. Ford was in action during round six of the championship, held on Bank Holiday Monday
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Appeal against assault term dismissed - Gold Coast Bulletin News
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Damien Robert James Ford, 19, was sentenced in February to six years in jail after pleading guilty to grievous bodily harm and assault occasioning bodily harm. Ford admitted to punching Samuel Ford (no relation) once during a fight in a Coolangatta
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If Phones Ring, Obama Is Here, With Cell Power - New York Times
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James Ford, left, and Stefan Martin at the Chilmark General Store on Martha's Vineyard. One had cell reception; the other didn't. By ABBY GOODNOUGH CHILMARK, Mass. — To the slamming screen door, happy vacation chatter and other noises at the Chilmark
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Former US attorney Lampton dies at 60 - Hattiesburg American
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Among Lampton's best known cases was the prosecution of James Ford Seale, a reputed Ku Klux Klansman who died in prison this month. Seale was convicted in 2007 of two counts of kidnapping and one of conspiracy to commit kidnapping in the 1964 deaths of
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York City Knights remain in relegation trouble despite improved performance - The Press, York
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To make matters worse, centre James Ford was a late withdrawal from last night's team and is out indefinitely after pulling a quad in training ahead of the match – while the club may have seen the last of fans' favourite Duane Straugheir in a Knights
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Time for supporters to roar, says Knights ace James Ford - The Press, York
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JAMES FORD has called on York City Knights' fans to roar the team through the tough times and out of demotion danger. Two crushing defeats have left the Knights on the brink of the Championship relegation zone and with a tougher
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James Ford Seale, Imprisoned Klansman, Dies at 76 - New York Times
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James Ford Seale, a former Ku Klux Klansman who was convicted on federal kidnapping charges more than 40 years after the abduction, torture and drowning of two black teenagers near the Mississippi-Louisiana border in 1964, died Tuesday ... - -
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Spokesman: James Ford Seale, reputed Klansman imprisoned for 1964 abduction ... - Newsday (subscription)
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Click here Spokesman: James Ford Seale, reputed Klansman imprisoned for 1964 abduction, killings has died Published: August 3, 2011 8:45 AM By The Associated Press (AP) -- Spokesman: James Ford Seale, reputed Klansman imprisoned for 1964 abduction,
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