Lexington: The politics of tokenism - The Economist

Lexington: The politics of tokenism

Lexington: The politics of tokenism - The Economist
Lexington: The politics of tokenism
Published Aug 14, 2004
1015 words — Published Aug 14, 2004
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The Republicans have made a bad mistake in pitting Alan Keyes against Barack Obama THREE weeks ago in Boston, the Democrats witnessed the birth of a new black star in Barack Obama, their candidate for the open Senate seat in Illinois....

  
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