Sam Dickson

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Samuel Glasgow Dickson (born 1947) is a prominent Atlanta attorney and Southern historian who has been active in White nationalist causes. Dickson became politically and racially aware at a young age. At age 14, he protested the integration of his Presbyterian Church and by 16 was active in the Senator Barry Goldwater presidential campaign of 1964.

He attended the University of Georgia in the late 1960s and was active in the conservative organizations Young Republicans and Young Americans for Freedom. He graduated from the University of Georgia Law School in 1972 and opened his law offices in Atlanta. He offers legal counsel to White activists and in 1978 ran for Lieutenant Governor of Georgia as a segregationist against Zell Miller[1] winning 11% of the vote. While running, he was barred from taking out advertisement space from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.[2]

Sam Dickson is a member of the Council of Conservative Citizens and has given lectures at the annual conference of American Renaissance. In college he was a member of the Union of the American People.

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  1. "Our Candidate for Lieutenant Governor," Dickson for Lieutenant Governor, August 8, 1978,
  2. "Sam Dickson faces the Issues of Race Relations,"