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Opinion: Remembering Bill Dougherty and his tales

Published 07/07/2010, Republic columnist

Bill Dougherty told me once that things were so desperate during some of his Democratic Party organizing days in the late 1950s and early 1960s, he and another guy stood on a street corner in Mobridge trying to sell George McGovern campaign buttons to pick up enough cash to buy gas to get to Pierre for an evening political event.

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