Hastings Wyman

Hastings Wyman, Jr. (born 1939), is a political consultant, author, commentator, and the publisher of The Southern Political Report, a bi-weekly nonpartisan newsletter of political analysis of thirteen states of the American South, since 1978.wikipedia
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In 1961, he received a Bachelor of Arts in American Government from Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he was a roommate of later U.S. Representative Barney Frank, a Democrat liberal who represented Massachusetts' 4th congressional district between 1981 and 2013.
One of his roommates was Hastings Wyman of Aiken, South Carolina, later a political consultant who in 1978 began publishing The Southern Political Report.

Aiken, South Carolina

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Wyman was born in Aiken, South Carolina, the only son of Hastings "Wee" Wyman, Sr. (October 17, 1912- January 28, 1998), and the former Elizabeth Babb (June 7, 1914- September 25, 1998).
Hastings Wyman, political consultant, journalist, author, born in Aiken in 1939

Camden, South Carolina

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He was formerly an elder at the Bethesda Presbyterian Church, when the Wymans lived in Camden, South Carolina.
Hastings Wyman – political consultant, journalist, and author; resided part of his childhood in Camden

Frederick B. Dent

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In 1973, Wyman joined the staff as a special assistant to United States Secretary of Commerce Frederick B. Dent.
Frederick Baily Dent (born August 17, 1922) is a former American businessman who served as the United States Secretary of Commerce from February 2, 1973, to March 26, 1975, during the administrations of U.S. Presidents Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford, Jr. His assistant secretary, Hastings Wyman, a native of Aiken, South Carolina, became a political consultant and in 1978 the publisher of The Southern Political Report.

Albert Watson (South Carolina)

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Wyman remained with Thurmond until 1973 except for a six-months leave of absence in 1970 to manage the campaign for governor of Republican U.S. Representative Albert Watson of South Carolina's 2nd congressional district.
Hastings Wyman, an attorney from Aiken, took leave from his position as an aide to Senator Thurmond to serve as Watson's campaign manager.

Political consulting

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Hastings Wyman, Jr. (born 1939), is a political consultant, author, commentator, and the publisher of The Southern Political Report, a bi-weekly nonpartisan newsletter of political analysis of thirteen states of the American South, since 1978.

Author

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Hastings Wyman, Jr. (born 1939), is a political consultant, author, commentator, and the publisher of The Southern Political Report, a bi-weekly nonpartisan newsletter of political analysis of thirteen states of the American South, since 1978.

Pundit

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Hastings Wyman, Jr. (born 1939), is a political consultant, author, commentator, and the publisher of The Southern Political Report, a bi-weekly nonpartisan newsletter of political analysis of thirteen states of the American South, since 1978.

Nonpartisanism

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Hastings Wyman, Jr. (born 1939), is a political consultant, author, commentator, and the publisher of The Southern Political Report, a bi-weekly nonpartisan newsletter of political analysis of thirteen states of the American South, since 1978.

Southern United States

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Hastings Wyman, Jr. (born 1939), is a political consultant, author, commentator, and the publisher of The Southern Political Report, a bi-weekly nonpartisan newsletter of political analysis of thirteen states of the American South, since 1978.

South Carolina

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Wyman was born in Aiken, South Carolina, the only son of Hastings "Wee" Wyman, Sr. (October 17, 1912- January 28, 1998), and the former Elizabeth Babb (June 7, 1914- September 25, 1998).

New York City

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There are two Wyman daughters, the sisters of Hastings Wyman, Jr., Elizabeth W. Silk of New York City and Nancy W. Ray of Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Rock Hill, South Carolina

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There are two Wyman daughters, the sisters of Hastings Wyman, Jr., Elizabeth W. Silk of New York City and Nancy W. Ray of Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Presbyterian College

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He was a graduate of Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina, and a member of First Presbyterian Church in Aiken, where he served as an elder and taught the Tewkesbury Sunday School class.

Clinton, South Carolina

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He was a graduate of Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina, and a member of First Presbyterian Church in Aiken, where he served as an elder and taught the Tewkesbury Sunday School class.

Presbyterian Church in the United States

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He was a graduate of Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina, and a member of First Presbyterian Church in Aiken, where he served as an elder and taught the Tewkesbury Sunday School class.

State school

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Wyman, Jr., attended public schools in, first, Camden and then Aiken.

Bachelor of Arts

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In 1961, he received a Bachelor of Arts in American Government from Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he was a roommate of later U.S. Representative Barney Frank, a Democrat liberal who represented Massachusetts' 4th congressional district between 1981 and 2013.

Harvard College

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In 1961, he received a Bachelor of Arts in American Government from Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he was a roommate of later U.S. Representative Barney Frank, a Democrat liberal who represented Massachusetts' 4th congressional district between 1981 and 2013.

Cambridge, Massachusetts

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In 1961, he received a Bachelor of Arts in American Government from Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he was a roommate of later U.S. Representative Barney Frank, a Democrat liberal who represented Massachusetts' 4th congressional district between 1981 and 2013.

Massachusetts

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In 1961, he received a Bachelor of Arts in American Government from Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he was a roommate of later U.S. Representative Barney Frank, a Democrat liberal who represented Massachusetts' 4th congressional district between 1981 and 2013.

United States House of Representatives

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In 1961, he received a Bachelor of Arts in American Government from Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he was a roommate of later U.S. Representative Barney Frank, a Democrat liberal who represented Massachusetts' 4th congressional district between 1981 and 2013. Wyman remained with Thurmond until 1973 except for a six-months leave of absence in 1970 to manage the campaign for governor of Republican U.S. Representative Albert Watson of South Carolina's 2nd congressional district.

Democratic Party (United States)

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In 1961, he received a Bachelor of Arts in American Government from Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he was a roommate of later U.S. Representative Barney Frank, a Democrat liberal who represented Massachusetts' 4th congressional district between 1981 and 2013.

Liberalism

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In 1961, he received a Bachelor of Arts in American Government from Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he was a roommate of later U.S. Representative Barney Frank, a Democrat liberal who represented Massachusetts' 4th congressional district between 1981 and 2013.

Massachusetts's 4th congressional district

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In 1961, he received a Bachelor of Arts in American Government from Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he was a roommate of later U.S. Representative Barney Frank, a Democrat liberal who represented Massachusetts' 4th congressional district between 1981 and 2013.