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  2. Terry Sanford - Wikipedia

    James Terry Sanford (August 20, 1917 – April 18, 1998) was an American lawyer and politician from North Carolina. A member of the Democratic Party, Sanford served as the 65th Governor of North Carolina from 1961 to 1965, was a two-time U.S. presidential candidate in the 1970s, and served as a U.S. senator from 1986 to 1993.

  3. Terry Sanford, North Carolina’s governor, broke ranks with ...

    North Carolina’s Terry Sanford, then 43 years old, was one of the first major Southern politicians to endorse John F. Kennedy for president. The two Democrats — energetic World War II veterans...

  4. Meet Terry Sanford | Sanford School of Public Policy

    Terry Sanford was one of North Carolina’s most prominent figures, dedicating his life to ethical leadership and public life. "Terry Sanford is one of the most important people in North Carolina's history. He addressed challenging problems at a pivotal moment in our state's history.

  5. Terry Sanford’s Astonishing Life and Legacy With Us Still

    Terry Sanford has been gone almost 20 years now, dying at the age of 80 in 1998. He would have turned 100 last Sunday. And yet he’s with us still.

  6. Terry Sanford (1917 -1998) - North Carolina History Project

    At the onset of the 1960s, Terry Sanford was elected the 65th governor of North Carolina. A lifelong Democrat, Sanford championed improving the state’s educational system at all levels, embodied the spirit of the Civil Rights Movement, strove to fight poverty, and desired to expand the Research Triangle Park.

  7. Terry Sanford, Pace-Setting Governor in 60's, Dies at 80

    Terry Sanford, who lowered racial barriers as Governor of North Carolina in the 1960's, setting the style for a new kind of Southern politician, and later became a United States Senator and ...

  8. Duke University Press - Terry Sanford

    Politics, Progress, and Outrageous Ambitions. Terry Sanford (1917–1998) was one of the most important public figures of the postwar South. First as North Carolina’s governor and later as president of Duke University, he demonstrated a dynamic style of progressive leadership marked by compassion and creativity.

  9. Sanford, Terry (from Research Branch, NC OA&H) | NCpedia

    Terry Sanford (1917-1998), the youngest governor since Charles B. Aycock and the first born in the twentieth century, heralded a “New Day” for the state in his inaugural address. He was elected the same day that John F. Kennedy was elected president and, like his fellow Democrat , launched a host of progressive programs, notably a series of ...

  10. Terry Sanford Centennial | Sanford School of Public Policy

    Share this story. As Duke University President from 1970 to 1985, former North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford led Duke's rise to national prominence, set in motion signature programs, and voiced aspirations that still shape the institution today. During the centennial year of Sanford’s birth, 2017-2018, the Sanford School of Public Policy ...

  11. Terry Sanford | NCpedia

    Terry Sanford (1917-1998) Photo of Terry Sanford, who was governor of North Carolina from 1961-1965. Born in 1917 Laurinburg, North Carolina. Sanford's roots in government are in the Federal Bureau of Invesitgation (FBI) and later in the U.S. Army. He then earned a law degree at UNC Chapel Hill in 1946.