The Racemonger

Chavez, Linda
August 2000
National Review;8/14/2000, Vol. 52 Issue 15, p36
The article reflects on the views of U.S. Vice President Al Gore on racial preferences in the U.S. It traces the origin of Gore's beliefs about race. It cites the racial issues raised during a national dialogue on race. It states the possible outcome of opposing racial preference according to Gore. INSET: Tobacco.


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