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Who was Huey P. Long?

Huey P. Long (1893-1935) was governor of Louisiana from May 27, 1928 to January 25, 1932 and US Senator from Louisiana from January 25, 1932 to September 10, 1935. Known as th (MORE)

What did Huey Long advocate?

  Huey Long (The Kingfish) built a powerful political base in Lousiana. As governor and as Senator he supported segregation yet also received the support of many Blacks. H (MORE)

What was the nickname for huey p long?

Huey P. Long (1893-1935) was called the "Kingfish" because of his domination of politics in the state of Louisiana.
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How long is the huey p long bridge?

There are actually two bridges in Louisiana named after Governor Huey P. Long. One is in Baton Rouge, and one is in Jefferson Parish. The one in Baton Rouge is 5,879 feet (1,7 (MORE)

Who killed Huey P Long?

Dr. Carl Weiss was named as his assailant, but many people believed, and still do, that others might have been involved. He shot Long in the Louisiana state capitol on Septemb (MORE)

How did Huey P. Long die?

On September 8, 1935, Huey Long was shot in the Louisiana Capitol by a lone gunman, Dr. Carl Weiss, the son-in-law of Judge Benjamin Pavy, a political opponent of Long. Duri (MORE)